Keleher Preserve


Note: Winter access via Cass Hill-Gulf Hill Road ONLY

Of all MHLC’s preserves, Keleher Preserve is known for feeling the most remote. From forested trails leading to a lookout from Wolf Hill to long downhills past nestled streams, this preserve gives you a workout over moderate terrain. The location is great for mountain biking and back-country skiing, as well as a moderate walk. This is the perfect preserve to visit if you wish to feel like you are in the mountains without the long drive to get there.

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Trail Length

4 miles

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The original 287-acre property was a gift of Katherine and John Barber of Seattle, Washington in 2010. The property, better known as Wolf Hill, is part of the Helderberg Escarpment and Helderberg Mountains. In 2014, MHLC was able to purchase an additional 160 acres from Mark Warner, a relative of the Barbers, bringing the preserve's total acreage to 447 acres.

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