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A year-long outdoor sculpture exhibit in which artists agree to loan their works to the event organizers for a year. At the end of the year, the sculptures not sold are removed and then replaced by the next year's exhibit.
Reese Gallery. 9 S. Wenatchee Avenue, Wenatchee, WA 98801. Phone: 509-665-8353.
Washington's oldest major festival, dating from 1919, is held annual from the last weekend in April through the first weekend in May. The 12-day festival includes a carnival, food fair, entertainment, youth parade, grand parade, golf tournament, arts & crafts fair, pre-parade show, a youth day and a Mariachi Festival.
This six-leg relay race, Washington State's largest multi-sport event, covers a 35-mile course beginning at the summit of Mission Ridge and finishing at Riverfront Park on the banks of the Columbia River. The race accommodates more than 2,000 athletes and involves cross country skiing, downhill skiing/snowboarding, running, biking, kayak/canoeing and portage. The race is a fund raiser for 35 local non-profit groups.
Nine acres of wildflowers and rockeries built on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River and surrounding country.
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. 127 South Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801. Phone: 509-664-3340; Fax: 509-664-3356.
Rocky Reach Dam
The visitor center includes fish ladders.
Mountain information, lodging packages, and kids programs for this ski area.
The Official Website of the 2.2-million acre Wenatchee National Forest with recreation information, news releases, forest management projects, and much more.
Mission Performing Arts Center. PO Box 5252, 23 South Mission, Wenatchee, WA. 98807-5252. Phone: 509-667-8236.
Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee. Stanley Civic Center, 123 N. Wenatchee Avenue, PO Box 3601, Wenatchee, WA 98807. Phone: 509-663-ARTS.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Day Hike! Central Cascades: The Best Trails You Can Hike in a Day by Mike McQuaide. This revised edition contains 69 complete trail descriptions, crucial information estimated hiking time, permits required, special notes on dogs and kids, and double-checked driving directions. The book also contains easy-to-read USGS topographical maps, informative photographs and discusses all changes made to the trails, and who to contact about the most recent reconstructions. Order now...
Day Hiking: Central Cascades by Craig Romano, Author and Alan Baue, Photographer. This book includes 50% more hikes than other regional guidebooks and focuses on cream-of-the-crop trails in these areas. Compact in size, this is the most up-to-date guide for the area, organized along highways and other travel corridors, with an emphasis on trails that are 12 miles or less. Order now...
Washington's Central Cascades Fishing Guide by Dave Shorett. This comprehensive guidebook tells where, how and when to fish the area in detail, covering more than 25 streams and 200 lakes, with 14 maps and 40 photos. Trout populations are described in depth, along with fishing techniques, access and hiking directions. Order now...
Selected Climbs in the Cascades Volume II by Jim Nelson and Peter Potterfield. Features 100 routes, including top favorite sport and crag climbing areas. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs, several with route overlays. Highlights fun, quality climbs for all skill levels. Order now...
Moon Washington, 9th Edition. by Ericka Chickowski. From urban cities to rural towns, this native gives an insider's perspective on everything the Evergreen State has to offer featuring great places to eat, scenic drives and volunteer vacations. Discover Seattle's arts and culture, climbing Mt. Rainier, sleeping in a train car near Elbe and much more. Order now...
Weird Washington: Your Travel Guide to Washington's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets. by Jefferson Davis and Al Eufrasio. An offbeat journey through Washington's hidden history, macabre mysteries, funky folklore, and strange sights. From Sasquatch to Stonehenge, from ghosts to Goddess Kring, it's a trip you won't soon forget! Order now...
Frommer's Washington State. by Karl Samson. In this detailed and completely up-to-date guide, you'll find great places to stay in every price range: sleek Seattle business hotels, romantic coastal inns, historic B&Bs, family-friendly motels, rustic cabins, and more. Order now...
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