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Summer Road Trip

Explore these three travel destinations, just a drive away!

Earthlight Villas

1.      Stunning Views

Earthlight is located in the heart of Washington state, built high atop Pioneer Ridge, with sweeping views of the Columbia River, Cascade Mountains, and the Entiat Valley. Remote and romantic, enjoy a secluded weekend with a loved one, far from any noise or tourists.  Bring your favorite book or journal, pack in your favorite foods, and take in the stunning views. 

2.     Modern Villas

There are four Earthlight Villas, each with unique features to enjoy.  These modern homes are specifically designed to experience the combination of luxury living and the beauty of nature.   Magnificent views can be enjoyed from all parts of the villa, including an impressive swing offering a one-of-a-kind view to the natural surroundings.

3.     Luxury Interiors

The open plan living space is specifically designed for couples featuring a glass shower, free-standing tub, and modern fully equipped kitchen, all with breathtaking views of the valley below. On the deck, cozy up on lounge chairs in front the fireplace, or take a relaxing dip in the hot tub.

For more info visit earthlightvillas.com

Tri-Cities

1.     Wine Tasting

Located in the heart of Washington Wine Country, the Tri-Cities houses more than 200 wineries within a 50-mile radius.  Explore picturesque vineyards, discover a variety of new tasting rooms, or book a tour to get  a peek behind the scenes.  Be sure to check out Hedges Family Winery for a luxurious old world wine estate experience or stop by Fidelitas for a modern tasting room vibe which includes expansive views of their vineyards. 

2.     Dining

More than 200 varieties of fruits, grains, vegetables, and crops are grown and used frequently by master chefs at local restaurants. Whether you’re looking for quick treat (Spudnut Donuts), delicious gourmet cuisine (Dovetail Joint), or fun ambience (Soi 705), Tri-Cities has an array of tasty restaurants to choose from.

3.     Activities

Known for its desert climate, the Tri-Cities sun-drenched weather makes for a fun retreat for world-class recreation.  Hike scenic trails, enjoy water sports like water skiing , paddling or kayak excursions.  And for the extreme athlete, the IRONMAN 70.3 will be taking place in September.  There's something for everyone! 

Lake Chelan

1.     Activities

The beautiful 50.5-mile long lake provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy water-skiing, jet-skiing, parasailing, kayaking, canoeing, rowing, tubing and cruising.  It’s no wonder Lake Chelan is deemed “boater’s paradise”.  In addition, discover numerous smaller lakes and waterways nearby. Just four miles east lies the Columbia River; a popular spot for windsurfers and sailboats, especially up lake in the Lucerne Basin and near Stehekin, where the winds are the most consistent.

2.     Lodging

Lake Chelan Valley offers a variety of lodging options, including resorts and condos, family hotels, quaint B&Bs, luxurious homes, and secluded cabins.  There are multiple camping options; whether you prefer the comfort of an RV, the adventure of boating directly into a site or backcountry camping along the upper basin.  If you prefer something more upscale, check out the The Lookout; a recent development with classically designed homes and sweeping lake views.

3.     Wine Tasting

Chelan has distinctive soil and amazing summertime weather which has drawn world-class winemakers who are crafting award-winning vintages.  The first production vineyards were planted in 1998 and in 2000, the Kludt Family licensed and bonded the first winery in Chelan County.  As of today, you can enjoy 40+ wineries, and choose your ambience - from intimate tasting rooms to estate wineries with restaurants; hip downtown spots or tasting rooms nestled in the hills.  

  • Photo by Ryan Resatka
  • Photo by Ryan Resatka
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  • Photo by Brandon Williams and Visit Tri-Cities
  • Photo by Brandon Williams and Visit Tri-Cities
  • Photo by Brandon Williams and Visit Tri-Cities
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