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Where to go, what to do in Wenatchee, WA

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Enjoy the great outdoors in Wenatchee, WA

Who wouldn’t want to live in a Wenatchee? The largest city in Chelan County, Washington is known as the apple growing capital of the world. Nestled 150 miles east of Seattle on the Cascade Mountain Range, Wenatchee boasts over 300 days of sunshine the whole year round.

The area and its natural wonders promote a healthy, active lifestyle of crossing rivers, walking in manicured parks, exploring the alpine wilderness, water skiing, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, boating, running, biking, downhill skiing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, river rafting, gliding, and others.
Here’s a list of must-see sites.

NOTE: It’s important to check out the websites or social media accounts of the following attractions before you head out to make sure they’re open.

Pybus Public Market

This former factory building previously owned by Pybus Steele Co. has been restored. This center of activity has shops, restaurants, and even learning centers.

Ohme Gardens

This wild, gorgeous garden found on a rough, dry bluff with a fantastic view of Columbia River and the snow-covered Cascade Mountains, has small evergreens, local stones as paths and borders, low-growing flowers, and tiny deep pools nestled between big natural rocks. Most of the work was done by hand before the advent of irrigation.

Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center

Go back in time to early life along the Columbia River in this three-floor museum. Permanent exhibits include The WPA (Works Progress Administration) mural developed in 1939, which traces postal service history, the Liberty Theater Pipe Organ, and The Great Northern Railway Diorama. Reserve here.
Outdoor enthusiasts will also love:

Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail

The winds around Columbia River and boasts 22 miles of top-quality asphalt trail. It covers bluffs, ravines with tight hairpin turns, and other exciting areas.

Wenatchee Riverfront Park

It spans 31 acres of shoreline trails, a two-lane boat launch, boat trailer parking, and short-term moorage.

Walla Walla Point Park

It is 70 acres of picnic grounds, a special events place, a soccer/softball complex, 1.2 miles of trail, tennis and volleyball areas, horseshoe pits, playground, and fishing pier platform.

Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort

It is a family-friendly destination with lots of sun, light powder, and stunning views. Over 36 runs span more than 2,000 acres of trails and a 2,250-foot drop. A skiing spot is found in a 2,000-acre basin. The snow is light, dry, and powdery.

Old Wenatchee Bridge

This is built in 1950, still supplies water to East Wenatchee’s fruit industry. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

Wineries and breweries

(there are 10 tasting rooms and five breweries), have safety protocols in place.

Homes for sale in Wenatchee, WA

We at Coldwell Banker Cascade Real Estate have over 40 years of experience in Wenatchee real estate. We have Premier Office Gold designation and International Sterling Society Office awards to our name. As such, we are recognized as one of the top-performing real estate groups among Coldwell Banker’s over 3,300 offices worldwide.

Call 509.888.8887 or drop us a line at info(at)cbcascade(dotted)com to find your Wenatchee, WA dream home today.