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Get Out and Play!

Get Out and Play!

Wenatchee's outdoor recreation opportunities are boundless! Easily accessed urban trails lead to the surrounding foothills with hiking and mountain biking trails.  Check in with Adventure Wenatchee. When you're ready, get way out with Wenatchee Outdoors.  The mighty Columbia River runs through town offering a variety of access points as well as a unique vantage point via power boat, jet ski, wake board, kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board.  Wenatchee Row and Paddle Club  or Wenatchee.org
Adventure Town:  Wenatchee, WA

Adventure Town: Wenatchee, WA

Wenatchee, a secluded town smack in the center of the state, on the Cascades’ dry sunny side, is best known to outsiders (if it’s known at all) as the apple-growing capital of the world. But to climbers, it’s the gateway to Washington’s best rock routes. And in a state with this many crags, that’s saying something.   Check out the other wonderful suggestions National Geographic has for you regarding: GPS: 47°26’N; 120°19’W

             
Explore the Market!

Explore the Market!

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market at Pybus Market is now open, every Saturday through the summer.  While at Pybus checkout the other specialty shops including restaurants, artisan foods, wines, cheese, crafts, fresh veggies and more.   Check out their website or join them on Facebook.  Pybus University is Tuesdays nights starting September 30th, but there is always something going on!

Fresh from our Blog

Fall Sports – More Than Just Football

Even though the calendar doesn’t quite agree, from a sports perspective, fall is here. On the national scene, it’s really obvious with the start of the NFL and college football seasons, and the pennant chases in Major League Baseball. Locally, fall sports are quickly ramping up. You’ll see more running events as temperatures begin to Read More

Friends Improving Dog Opportunities

FIDO (Friends Improving Dog Opportunities) is working to create the Wenatchee Valley’s first public, no-fee dog park. It will be along the loop trail south of Pybus market, near the pipeline bridge. FIDO is an all-volunteer group working under the umbrella of the nonprofit Wenatchee Valley Sports Foundation. We are coordinating with the Wenatchee Valley Read More