7500 Mission Ridge Rd, Wenatchee, WA, United States
Light powder. Tons of sun. Amazing views. Terrain that fits everyone in the family. That's us. Only 12 miles from Wenatchee, the ski area is built into a 2,000 acre basin on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains. We are a little higher, a little drier, and quite a bit "sunshinier" (300 days annually, in fact) than the other mountain in our area. That means when storms come in, they drop a different kind of snow at Mission Ridge: light, dry powder.
This breathtaking, completely transformed course showcases three new canyon-carry holes ingeniously carved into the sheer cliffside above the Columbia, plus another new challenging water feature, stonework bridge, and trees by the hundreds.
The Highlander staff will take care of you so you can take care of the canyons. Stop in at the Pro Shop or practice facilities. Then relax in style at Highlander’s Bar and Grill with drinks and dining as delectable as the views from the veranda.
Get carried away at Highlander on your next sun-filled vacation to Central Washington.
1201 Desert Canyon Blvd, Orondo, WA, United States
Desert Canyon Golf Resort offers 18 holes of Golf in a unique and beautiful setting. The course is target style with five sets of tees to match a variety of playing abilities.
Desert Canyon is a great place to live and play. The golf course requires a resort style dress code and is a soft spike facility. All Desert Canyon Greens Fees include a shared cart and carts are required due to the great distance between holes. The Desert Canyon Pro Shop is well stocked with a variety of clothing, souvenirs, balls, gloves and equipment. Club Rentals are available.
Come to Leavenworth, where sun filled days await you. Our recreational Mecca beckons with 700 miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails, fishing and world class climbing, and incredible white water rafting after a great snow pack.
Tantalize your senses with the cultures and flavors of our international cuisine. Best of all, Bavaria is in your very own backyard so stay a week, there is plenty to do!
Only in Lake Chelan will you find four seasons of wine, sun, stunning natural beauty and adventures that you can tune to your own tastes.
50.5 miles of lake, surrounded by vineyards, mountains and small-town charm, promise an array of activities as unique as the people who come here to play or make Lake Chelan their home.
Our wines are made with an obsession with quality that begins in our local vineyards. The estate grapes are hand picked, sorted and crafted; this loving care along with the cool climate of our beautiful valley, lends itself to growing
the perfect wines to serve in our tasting bar, at the restaurant and around your dinner table.
The lively tasting bar is a great place to taste our estate wines while browsing the unique gift shop. There are appetizers available, but remember to save a little room to sample the delicious olive oils and vinegars as well.
In the evening, choose a great steak or a delicious item off the ever-changing fresh sheet. The Winemaker's Grill is the perfect place for a romantic evening for two, or a delightful evening out with the whole family.
From our family to yours, we invite you to experience the warm hospitality of Wapato Point Cellars and the Winemaker's Grill.
Wenatchee Valley College enriches North Central Washington by serving educational and cultural needs of communities and residents throughout the service area. The college provides high-quality transfer, liberal arts, professional/technical, basic skills and continuing education for students of diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds.
The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center inspires dynamic connections to our region's unique heritage. Through creative programs, exhibits and publications, we tell the stories of the people who have built our community. The Museum strives to foster an appreciation for the preservation and celebration of our collective community memory.
Initially intended as a private family retreat, the interest of friends and community members prompted the Ohmes to open the Gardens to public visitations. The Ohmes continued to perfect the Gardens for 42 years, until 1971 when Mr. Ohme died at the age of 80. The couple's son Gordon and his family then assumed responsibility for the Gardens, and in 1991 Washington State Parks and Recreation purchased the Gardens and surrounding property. The Gardens are currently owned and managed by Chelan County.