Welcome to the wild west! When you visit Winthrop Washington you are transported back in time to 1890. Winthrop’s downtown wooden boardwalk leads you to local shops, restaurants and even Washington State’s first legal saloon. Stop in for a drink!
If you love the outdoors Winthrop is paradise for your soul. Winthrop is a mecca for outdoor year-round outdoor activities including home of the nation’s largest cross-country ski trail system with over 120 miles of perfectly groomed trails. Other activities include ice skating (at Winthrop’s award-winner outdoor ice rink), sledding, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, backcountry skiing, heli-skiing and snowmobiling. In the summer visitors enjoy millions of acres of wild lands for hiking, biking, trail running, birding, rock climbing, camping, hunting, fishing and river rafting.
If outdoor activities are not enough to fill your day, check out Winthrop’s many events including our annual Winthrop Balloon Festival, 49’er Days, Blues Festival, Vintage Wheels Show and Thanksgiving fireworks show. Adventure is in the Air with a Certain Western Flair!
Hiking trails traverse the entire 70-mile valley, from a moderate climb toward the Goat Peak Lookout to the challenging Maple Pass Loop. The Twisp River Trail... Read More
Dude ranches K-Diamond-K and Bull Hill Guest Ranch are located about 70 miles apart, with Kettle Falls between them. To the west, Eden Valley Guest Ranch... Read More
Spring in the Methow Valley is announced in iconic, yellow arrowleaf balsamroot blooms popping up on almost every hillside, bikers rolling down the county... Read More
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