Cashmere offers beautiful scenery for a leisurely walk or a bicycle workout. Many locals use the paved trail at Riverside Park, located along the Wenatchee River off Riverside Drive, for walking and biking. Also recommended is checking out Cashmere’s trees, which are distinctive enough to have earned the city the designation “Tree City USA” by the National Arbor Day Association. Many people enjoy walking or biking up Cashmere’s canyons. Mission Creek, Nahahum, Hay, Ollala and Yaksum Canyon are located on the outskirts of town. In some canyons, you’ll catch glimpses of the towering Cascade Mountains beyond. Or try nearby Peshastin Pinnacles State Park, only 2 miles east of Cashmere. If road biking is what you are looking for check out Trailforks for great maps of the area. Routes range from a comfortable 10-mile loop to an advanced 78-mile out-and-back. For mountain biking, Cashmere is home to Devil’s Gulch road-less area, accessed from Mission Creek Road. The trails have been featured in many outdoor and mountain biking magazines and are often called some of the best mountain biking trails in the Pacific Northwest.