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Itinerary 1: Leavenworth to Lake Chelan


Day 1: Seattle to Leavenworth
Day 2: Leavenworth to Lake Chelan
Day 3: Lake Chelan to Winthrop
Day 4: Winthrop to LaConner
Day 5: La Conner to Everett, via Whidbey Island (50 miles + a 20 minute ferry ride)

Day Two: Leavenworth Lake Chelan

Optional morning activities:
Scenic river rafting trip April-July, Leavenworth Fish Hatchery, local winery tours.

Cashmere:
Take Liberty Orchard’s free Applets & Cotlets Candy Factory tour with free samples for all, at the tour’s conclusion. Optional Stop:
Visit the Chelan County Pioneer Village and Museum in Cashmere. The Pioneer Village and Museum offers a rich history of the Pacific Northwest with exhibits, original pioneer buildings and Native American artifacts dating back 9,000 years. Admission fee.

Ohme Gardens:
One of America’s most highly acclaimed gardens; Ohme Gardens’ nine gorgeous acres are truly a testament to grace and design. April – October, admission, guided tours available by appointment.

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center:
Housed in historic buildings, explore four floors of dramatic exhibits and fascinating artifacts including authentic adornments to furnish a pioneer home, bank, general store and print shop. Admission, group tours available by appointment.

“Art on the Avenues”:
Customize your own tour of 64 public art pieces located in and around downtown Wenatchee. Free, map at Visitor Information Center.

Rocky Reach Dam:
The dam’s visitor center is impressive with the Gallery of Electricity and the Gallery of the Columbia, filled with educational exhibits exploring the development of the region, people and culture April -Oct, guided tours available by request. Dinner and overnight: Chelan

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