451 Laurelhurst Dr
Wolf Trail System — Newport, Washington
The Wolf Trail System is located in Newport, Washington— on either side of Hwy 20 at the north end of town.
Please note: the trail system does not feature any toilets, water, or trash facilities.
See USFS Visitor Map for a closer look at the Wolf trail system in Newport.
Lower Wolf Trailhead: On Ashenfelter Bay Rd. From the Newport Ranger Station on Warren Rd, cross Hwy 20 to continue north on Warren Rd; Warren Rd becomes Ashenfelter Bay. After passing the residential neighborhood, the Lower Wolf TH (with ample parking) is on your left.
Upper Wolf Trailhead: On Laurelhurst Dr. From the Newport Ranger Station on Warren Rd, drive a short distance northward on Hwy 20, then turn left on Larch St, then turn a slight right to head up Laurelhurst Dr. After passing the residential neighborhood, the Upper Wolf TH (with ample parking) is on your left.
Is Wolf System part of the PNT? Why this is a PNTA event location?
No: Newport’s Wolf trails are not part of the PNT. Nonetheless, PNTA crews have been working with the Forest Service— from 2018–2021— on projects to improve and maintain the system.
As the PNTA’s project period sunsets after 2021, the Wolf trails need volunteers from the community to adopt the system to share stewardship. 2021 is a great year to get involved with PNTA projects on the Wolf, to learn more about trail maintenance and recent accomplishments on the system, before joining the trails community to be a Wolf steward yourself.