Gathering Our Voice

Sand Dunes

Welcome to the Apple Capital Loop Trail


Sand dunes south of Odabashion Bridge

Nature


Geologists Cheryl and Ralph Dawes.
Hear Cheryl and Ralph talk about the age of rocks along the trail.

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Cheryl and Ralph Dawes (MP3)


Outcrop on left is Swakane Biotite Gneiss, the oldest rock type in the valley.
Hear Ralph Dawes describe fault that the Loop Trail crosses.

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Ralph Dawes (MP3)

History

Hear retired architect Jim Blackburn describe East Wenatchee landscape.

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Jim Blackburn (MP3)


East Wenatchee shoreline

Trail Story

Skip Johnson
Skip Johnson grew up on an orchard in East Wenatchee.
Hear Skip talk about why he got involved in the the Complete the Loop Coalition.

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Skip Johnson (MP3)

Community Connection


Learn about the Wenatchee Valley Velo Bike Club.

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