End summer the ‘Reiter-way’

As many of you may know, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) opened new trails at Reiter to off-roaders for weekend use this past June. Now, there’s even more to celebrate!

Take the family on a beautiful adventure through Reiter’s new ATV Purple Line trail. Photo by: DNR/Jessica Payne

Today, DNR announced that two new sections are now open to the public. Load up the quad, the 4×4 truck, or dirt bike and enjoy the last days of summer adrenaline.

What weekend adventures should I expect at Reiter?
The ATV Purple Line and the 4×4 Connector Challenge trails are ready to be put to the test.

The new ATV Purple Line Trail is a breathtaking excursion through the sun-speckled understory of the forest.

The intimidating 4×4 Connector Challenge Trail is sure to give even the toughest Jeep a grappling test.

When can I go?
Reiter will be open on weekends until the end of September on the following schedule:

Friday 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Starting in October, Reiter will be open Saturdays and Sundays only through the rest of the winter.

Keep posted on trail status by subscribing to our Northwest Region e-newsletter. Check out new trail maps, motorized trail rules, and 4×4 technical trail guidelines on our website.

Think your jeep can master the new rock staircase on the 4×4 Connector Challenge?

What do I need?
Whether you park on the road leading up to the trails or find a good spot in the parking lot, you will need your Discover Pass.

The Discover Pass is your ticket to recreation access on nearly 7 million acres of state lands. Even Sasquatch needs one to park at DNR sites! Learn where to get yours at buydiscoverpass.com

A special thanks to the dedicated volunteers and DNR’s Washington Conservation Corps crews who have worked together to build these sustainable off-road vehicle (ORV) trails at Reiter Foothills Forest.

ReiterReport any illegal activity to DNR’s Forest Watch program at 1-855-883-8368 or forestwatch@dnr.wa.gov.

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