Living on the east side of Washington State means beautiful fall mountain foliage, snowy winters and warm summers all perfect for different outdoor adventures. In 2011 National Geographic listed Leavenworth on their list of Fifty Next Great Adventure Towns. Here you’ll enjoy the mix of urban suburban life.
Build your dream home in a picturesque mountain setting. This 15 acres of land is nestled among tall trees offering the country life you’ve always dreamed of. Enjoy your privacy and all the seasonal activities this area has to offer.
Spend your summers hiking in one of the many miles of trails filled throughout the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, whether you’re just looking for a day hike or more rugged backpacking adventures. Water thrills are just 14 miles away along the Icicle River Trail. Kayak or take a guided rafting tour among the rapids and waves. Or you can watch everyone else drift down the river at the Kingfisher Restaurant & Wine Bar.
Enjoy scenic horseback riding on a guided trail ride in the summer months and hit the ski slopes in the winter! Stevens Pass is 33 miles away. Looking for more outdoor adventures? There’s backcountry skiing, bird watching, dog sledding, ice climbing, ice skating, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, sledding & tubing, sleigh rides, snowmobile and snowshoe trails, golf courses, swimming, fishing, ziplines and more!
If you enjoy beer, brats and wine, this is the place to be for Bavarian cuisine. You’ll find a world of options, over 40 throughout downtown Leavenworth - handmade pastries, South American cuisine, Italian fare and plenty of pub food.
Enjoy fresh fruit and wineries from this agriculturally rich area. When it’s canning and pickling season, you can pick up boxes of cherries, peaches, pears, nectaries, apples, apricots and asparagus from the local produce stands or make a trek to Yakima, 103 miles away.
Yes, there’s plenty to do here or spend your days taking it slow, whether you make this your full time home, or decide to stay here seasonally.