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Parks und Natur in Chelan County

Erstklassige Parks

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“For the more adventurous, a climb to the top of Saddle Rock is a must. 1.5 miles of steep dirt road will bring you to an amazing view of the entire Wenatchee Valley. Make sure to dress appropriately and bring water as necessary!”
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Rv Park
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“Ohme Gardens is a nine-acre wooded garden perched on the hilltop above Wenatchee, located minutes off US Highway 2. Founded in 1929, this alpine oasis features panoramic views, lush plantings, waterfalls, serenity pools and meandering stone walking paths.”
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“The 4.2 mile interpretive loop trail has a gentle grade and scenic views of Icicle Creek, Icicle Gorge, and the surrounding forest that are ideal for families, trail runners, beginner hikers, bird enthusiasts, and those looking to take a nice long walk on a well-defined path.”
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Kunstgalerie
“Check out the Art Walk and the Organic Garden! While in the garden make sure to make a stop at the Gazebo for the perfect photo op of the Sleeping Lady! After your walk around the private grounds make sure to stop in at O'Gradys Pantry for a quick lunch and drinks while browsing thru the cute gift shop! ”
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“Climb a mountain, ride a horse or try stand up paddling. Settle into your camp chair and soak your feet in an alpine lake. Kick back with a book, teach the kids to swim – or do it all – at Lake Wenatchee State Park. Lake Wenatchee is a Northwest icon, a clear blue lake surrounded by mountains. Though its shallow lagoon is perfect for pint-sized swimmers, the 5-mile-long lake is 244 feet deep at its greatest depth and is a popular destination for boaters and windsurfers. Beginning kayakers and standup paddlers can rent boats and boards at the lake and navigate the calmer waters near the shore. Take a guided trail ride on a gentle horse, or hike through a highland forest. Bring your bike for the miles of bike trails, or hike up Dirtyface Peak on adjacent Forest Service land, a 9-mile trail boasting 3,950 feet of elevation gain and stupendous views.”
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“One of Leavenworth's best kept secrets. A great place for a long quiet walk or a leisurely bike ride. Just a hop skip and a jump from the hubbub of downtown Leavenworth. Trails are open year round.”
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“The Leavenworth Skate Park in Enchantment Park is sure to enchant skaters of all levels. The skate park offers a wide range of terrain for skaters, scooter enthusiasts, and BMX riders, including a six foot deep Bavarian themed bowl and a variety of street features (hand rails, boxes, a Euro gap, and more). All of these treasures can be found under the beautiful foliage of the trees that line Enchantment Park. The Leavenworth Pump Track is particularly unique. This asphalt-covered track is a new innovation, built by Vesosolutions, a Swiss-based company specializing in these asphalt pump courses. Located in Enchantment Park. ”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“The view and walk along the River Walk is an amazing view, a refreshing walk. Not to be missed.”
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Strände

Beach
“Enjoy a swim, take your boat/jet ski out, hike around the lake and see old homestead remains.”
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Park
“10 acre park with Bar-B-Q pits, volleyball, sandy beach, and kids play area”
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Park
“Great access to the beach, boat launching, a playground for kids, volleyball, and more! There is so much acredge that even when the parking lot is full, there's plenty of space to spread out in the park!”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Beautiful hike. Approximately 6 miles round trip. From the top you have sweeping views of the Wenatchee Valley and Tumwater Canyon.”
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Wanderweg
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