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  • Lake Roosevelt

More than just another dam attraction, Grand Coulee dam is the largest concrete structure in the United States. Built initially to irrigate land in the region -- and the dusty desert landscape around Grand Coulee suggests why this was so important when the project was conceived in 1917 -- it also provides power to a lot of the Northwest. In damming the Columbia River, Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake was created, a 150-mile stretch of water garnished with campgrounds and boat launches. With this much lake-room in which to maneuver, house-boating is an understandably popular way to cruise.

  • Leavenworth

If you're hankerin' for a trip to Bavaria but can't swing the time off, stop in for sausages and sauerkraut in Leavenworth, 'Washington's Bavarian Village'. Located almost dead-center Washington, the city is a popular destination not only for the cuisine, the authentic architecture, and the flowers that line streets of shops during the spring and summer, but also the range of outdoor activities available year-round. While views from town may be of the Cascade Range instead of the Dolomites, Leavenworth offers the closest thing to an Alpine village this side of the Atlantic.

  • Methow Valley / Winthrop

Winthrop, with a population of 400 or so, is a popular base for forays into the forests, mountains and wildflowers of Methow Valley. Downtown Winthrop is quaint and small, despite the fact that it comfortably accommodates hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Walk down the main street for a taste of the old west and your choice of 'authentic' souvenirs. What keeps the crowds coming are not the curio shops, but rather the variety of outdoor pursuits in Methow Valley accessible from Winthrop.

  • North Cascades National Park

Jagged snow-dusted peaks, glaciers, waterfalls and shadowy valleys compete for attention in North Cascades National Park. Glacially cold Ross Lake spills over into Canada at the north end, a popular destination for canoers and kayakers. Lake Chelan noses into the south tail of the park, and visitors can connect by boat down to Chelan.

Traversed by 386 miles of hiking trails and dotted with designated backcountry campsites, North Cascades serves up solitude with mountain scenery.

  • Omak

Omak, Washington is a small town alongside State Route 97. Although often used as a sort of pit stop for travelers to and from Canada, it is most famous for the Omak Stampede. Omak is proud of its Westernness, but its natural heritage is not to be overlooked. The cutthroat-filled Omak Lake and its trophy-size fish draws many fishermen and parks are readily found in this pleasantly uncrowded town.

  • Wenatchee

Wenatchee is all about apples. An early settler planted the first apple orchard in 1872 ala Johnny Appleseed and the region has remained fruitful ever since. Located on the west bank of the Columbia River, Wenatchee gets a lot of sunshine so most visitors head for Walla Walla Point Park or Rock Island Hydro Park to take a dip in the river or put in a boat.

In town, rent bikes and follow the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail along the river.

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