Regional Attractions

Seattle is packed full of adventures for all ages and only 110 miles west of Ellensburg. You can catch a Mariners or Seahawks game, shop at Pike Place Market, or grab a cup of fresh-brewed Seattle coffee.
www.visitseattle.org
 
Leavenworth is a quaint Bavarian village and popular tourist destination that has something for the whole family; outdoor recreation, shopping, dining and entertainment.
leavenworth.org
 
Snoqualmie Falls is a natural landmark well known for its spectacular 270 foot cascade, one of the most visited tourist sites in the State of Washington.  
www.snoqualmiefalls.com
 
The Summit at Snoqualmie offers nearly 2000 skiable acres that are lift serviced for downhill skiing and snowboarding and 523 acres of back-country winter fun for cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing. Avid and novice hikers and bikers enjoy the mountain during the warmer months of summer.
www.summitatsnoqualmie.com
 
Suncadia is a master-planned, premier resort community of over 2,000 residential units. The resort features a mountain lodge with convention center facilities, spa and recreation center with indoor and outdoor pools, an outdoor venue amphitheater, lake with winter ice skating, trails and recreational areas and three golf courses.
www.suncadiaresort.com
 
The Gorge Amphitheatre has been voted the best major outdoor concert venue in North America. The 20,000 seat concert venue is known for its spectacular views, lawn-terrace seating, and nearly year-round clear weather.
www.thegorgeonline.com
 
Washington Wine Country is the second largest premium wine producer in the country and home to dozens of wineries located nearby in the Yakima and Columbia Valley regions. The dry climate, combined with the long daylight hours of the growing season, make the lands of eastern and central Washington prime for wine grapes.
washingtonwine.org
 
Wenatchee National Forest sprawls across 2.5 million acres, encompassing 2,500 miles of recreation trails of varying length and difficulty for hiking and biking. There are low-elevation trails in the sage-covered fringes of the forest, trails in the timbered zones, and high country trails traversing alpine terrain. Horse riders enjoy meandering trails, open pine stands, and many inviting high country areas.
www.fs.usda.gov/okawen