Sauer’s Mountain

I’ve hiked this trail before last year but we didn’t have the best weather so there weren’t any views at the top. I decided to try it again as we had a few days of good weather, bordering on a bit too hot in Eastern Washington. This hike is located in Peshastin which is just east of Leavenworth. In the Spring this is a great hike to see wildflowers.

Since we’d had a bit of a dry spell this Spring the trail was pretty dusty and somewhat overgrown by all the wildflowers. The trail has views the entire way to the top. In some parts you look back over all the vineyards in the valley. Other views are mountain tops covered in snow against the backdrop of blue sky. On the flat parts of the trail you walk through meadows of wildflowers. Even though it was still early in the year quite a bit of the wildflowers were done blooming. With how dusty the trail was you can tell we will have a busy fire season this year.

At the top you have a 360 view. It’s a nice place to eat lunch and drink water! Not much shade on this trail so on a hot day you drink a lot of water! I was so happy to have clear skies at the top! Another great day out on the trail!

After it’s always nice to head into Leavenworth to grab some lunch and an ice cold beverage!

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