The Teanaway is a favorite among WTA staff. And now, this area is even better for outdoor recreation with the addition of the Teanaway Community Forest. The entire region offers stupendous recreation opportunities just beyond the hubbub of the most popular parts of the I-90 corridor. WTA is working on a future-looking trail network that will accommodate the increasing demand in a sustainable way. Follow along with our progress here and how it folds into our larger vision of rebooting popular trail systems around the state.
Recent Work and Investments In the Teanaway
How we are Creating a Path to Trails for Everyone, Forever
We envision a future where there are Trails for Everyone, Forever and our new strategic plan outlines how we’re going to achieve this vision. By Allie Tripp
A Vision for Year-Round Trails in the West Fork Teanaway Area
It’s taken years of collaboration, but a plan for sustainable trails for a section of the Teanaway Community Forest will soon be finished, and work will begin in 2022. By James Moschella
Meeting The Need: Investments on the Mountain Loop Highway
Feb 26, 2021
With more people discovering a love for trails, it's important to ensure the trail system can manage the increased needs. Here's how WTA is working on that goal in one part of Washington.
Trail Planning Takes Time: Scouting Trails in the Teanaway Community Forest
Oct 13, 2020
WTA is helping bring the Teanaway Community Forest trail plan to life, scouting an existing web of unofficial trails for the ones that will be able to sustain hikers, bikers and riders for years to come.
How Powerful Partnerships Help WTA Build a Better Future for Trails
Aug 13, 2020
WTA has been bringing people together for years. By building connections, finding middle ground and creating shared goals, we are moving toward our vision of trails for everyone, forever. Here are a few recent examples of how, when we come together, we can do more for trails and the hiking community.
Low Snow, High Peaks and Big Views: Summer's Coming to Washington
Jul 06, 2020
The long weekend inspired a lot of you to get outside. Trip reports show everything from backyard to backcountry, and a lot of you headed to some standby areas for adventure: the Mountain Loop Highway, Snoquera, and the Teanaway, part of WTA's Trails Rebooted campaign.
A Vision for the Teanaway
How the Teanaway Community Forest will expand opportunities for hikers while boosting the recreation economy. | By Jessi Loerch