Pick up your Cabana and head to the Bavarian-themed village of Leavenworth. Stop for fruit and treats at Nicholson's Orchard Fresh on the east side of Snoqualmie Pass. The large farm over looks nearby vineyards and is nestled in front of an idyllic hillside.
Once arriving in Leavenworth, park your Cabana and stroll the downtown strip which has a ton of kitschy shops, restaurants, and interesting boutiques.
Spend your morning at Lake Wenatchee, a Northwest icon, where clear blue, glacier-fed lake water stands 12,623 feet deep and its waterfront is surrounded by mountains.
Leavenworth provides access to trailheads into the Enchantments. While easy they are not, these are some extremely rewarding trails with expansive views of the central cascades! The minimum commitment is a 7 mile through hike to a crystal clear lake via the Upper Enchantments trail.
For a hike with less commitment, explore Old Pipeline Bed Trail (2.4 mile out and back) or Icicle Ridge Trail (5.3 mile out and back).
Lake Chelan is a short 1 hour drive from Leavenworth. Replace your morning coffee with a rush by zip lining one of North America's at Castle Vineyards and Zipline. The ride will take you over vineyards, cherry trees, and the Columbia River. There are also tours available which include seeing a historic teacher's cabin and incredible views of the Columbia River, wildflowers, and gorge cliffs.
Rent a kayak from Chelan Parasail & Watersports or a bike from Chelan Electric Bikes before ending the day at one of the various wineries studding the Chelan River Walk.
The scenic Mt. Baker Byway winds along the North Fork of the Nooksack River, ending at Artist Point in Heather Meadows. Take your time driving Byway Route 542, the views of the glaciated region are expansive and the whole drive is a can't miss view.
Spread out a picnic lunch at Austin Pass Picnic Area inside Heather Meadows Park. Before relaxing at the campsite, check out Noocksack Falls, a can't miss view of stunning waterfall accessible by just a short walk from the highway.
Head southeast to Route 20- North Cascades Highway. Spend your morning exploring Baker Lake and Mt Baker National Recreation Area, which are accessible year round. Take roads 12 and 13 after entering the National Forest.
Excellent day hikes can be accessed via Rockport State Park and Howard Miller Steelhead Park. Stroll along rushing rivers and take in the peace and quiet of the remote area in Washington.
The North Cascades were still remote and wild in the 1910s, when the power of the Skagit River was first being harnessed. Now, while still remote, is a quaint forest town offering local eateries and shops.
Across the Skagit River at MP 120 is the North Cascades National Park Visitor Center with several short trails including: To Know a Tree, Rock Shelter and River Loop. Have lunch or dinner at Newhalem Falls.
Stop at Sterling viewpoint as you continue east to the beautiful lakes of the Cascades. An easy walk on boardwalk offers a spectacular view of the Picket Range mixed with fresh forest smells and benches for resting.
Diablo Lake offers the only easy access for launching watercraft off from State Route 20. The lake, surrounded by glaciated peaks, is a brilliant turquoise blue in summer.
Stop at Diablo Lake Overlook for a speculator view several towering mountain ranges and top down view of idyllic lake Diablo. Trek east a few miles to Ross Lake Overlook to gander at the largest of the three mountain reservoirs.
Rainy Pass Overlook (MP 158) is the entry point for many trailheads ranging from 1 to 7 miles leading to Lake Ann and waterfalls.
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