The Cowiche Canyon Conservation manages over 5,000 acres and 30 miles of trails. There’s distances and levels for every hiker with plenty of opportunity for bird watching, wildflower viewing, and panoramas of the landscapes. This shrub steppe is an incredibly unique area made up of grasslands, sagebrush, flowering meadows, oak forests, and cliffs made of basalt. Join an educational walk or explore the natural beauty through your own wanderings, this conservation effort makes it all possible.
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