Recreation

We’re so lucky to live in the shadow of the Blue Mountains - a unique region that’s a hidden treasure to many people in the Pacific Northwest. Whether it’s viewing wildlife, hiking or biking miles of trail, fly fishing, or taking in the scenery, our trail network has a lot to offer and connects people to the landscape. 

The Blue Mountain Land Trust is dedicated to promoting and enhancing our community’s access to outdoor recreation opportunities. We partner with local, state, and federal agencies, organizations, and individuals to help maintain existing trails,  develop new trails, and highlight recreation in the Blue Mountain country. 

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BOUND FOR THE BLUES

Inspired by the work of the Community Council of Walla Walla to enhance regional outdoor recreation opportunities, we created a collection of interactive maps highlighting a wealth of recreation types and locations to explore in our Blue Mountain Country.

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BLUES CREW

The Blues Crew is a newly formed program that improves the quality and accessibility of local trails by working directly with regional agencies such as the USFS Umatilla National Forest. Blues Crew is a volunteer lead effort.