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The road sign calls it Wild Horses Monument, but the real name of this artwork is Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies. And despite being begun in 1989, it’s still not complete! The trail itself is unremarkable, but after reading the history of the sculpture, you may agree that it’s worth the stop, and the short hike to see it up close.
Mission Ridge Ski Resort. Family Fun... Light powder. Tons of sun. Amazing views. Terrain that fits everyone in the family. That's us. Only 12 miles from Wenatchee, the ski area is built into a 2,000 acre basin on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains. We are a little higher, a little drier, and quite a bit "sunshinier" (300 days annually, in fact) than the other mountains in our area. That means when storms come in, they drop a different kind of snow at Mission Ridge: light, dry powder.
The Gorge Amphitheatre is a 20,000-seat concert venue located above the Columbia River gorge in George, Washington. Administered by LiveNation, it is considered one of the premier and most scenic concert locations in North America and the world. The venue offers sweeping and majestic views of the Columbia River, as well as extreme eastern Kittitas County and extreme western Grant County.
The Gorge is known for its spectacular views, lawn-terrace seating, and concert-friendly weather. It has been the home of many historic concerts, from bands such as Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, Van Halen, Rush, Radiohead, The Who, Aerosmith, Metallica, John Mayer, The Police, Britney Spears, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Jack Johnson, The Allman Brothers Band, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan, and Tool. It is home of the annual Sasquatch! Music Festival, the Vans Warped Tour, and the west edition of the Christian music festival Creation Festival. Early Spring - Late Fall.
Surf n' Slide Water Park. Family Fun in the Sun! Only in Moses Lake will you find Washington State’s premier outdoor aquatic center. This family-oriented facility offers many activities and is designed for swimmers of all ages and abilities. Located in Central Washington, the weather is warm and the sun shines almost every day. Surf ’n Slide Water Park is ideal for vacationers, serious and recreational swimmers, and especially families. Admission fees are very reasonable. Surf ’n Slide Water Park is located close to area hotels, downtown shopping and the sparkling waters of Moses Lake.
Rock Climbing at Frenchman Coulee is a 4.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Quincy, Washington and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, rock climbing, and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Ancient Lakes Loop trail is a relatively easy trek with little elevation gain, lots of campsites spread out across a network of trails. Nestled into horseshoe-shaped canyon walls, the five lakes that make up Ancient Lakes are also accompanied by a waterfall or two..
What to know? There are very few trees so be prepared for heat and sun in the summer months with plenty of water. The water in the lakes is mostly run off from irrigation, so do not drink the water, it is recommended that you pack in water or bring a filtration system. Rattlesnakes are common in summer months, so be sure to stay on path and keep aware. This area can be known for high winds.
Colockum Ridge 18 hole Golf Course is the Columbia Basin's premier destination for value-priced public golf. Golfers of all skill levels will find our course suitable for walking or riding. coupled with subtle challenges and scenic beauty. A fully stocked pro shop, as well as mouth-watering meals, complete the total package for golfers at Colockum Ridge.
Cave B Winery is a place where stories are created & memories made. A setting that allows you to “B” inspired through delicious wine, friendly staff, exciting events & beautiful views, to “B” the best version of yourself, to let your own childhood dreams take flight, to “B” exactly who you have always wanted to “B”.
Beaumont Winery. Visit our Quincy Tasting Room and see where it all began. Located on our 120-acre homestead, it is a rustic room nestled into our working winery and warehouse. The adjacent covered area, the Crushpad, is where we crush and press grapes, as well as hold our seasonal dinners. The experience is distinctly rural and deeply relaxing — warm sun, fresh air, abundant growth. Our grapes love it here, and you will, too.
Jones Winery of Washington is a family-owned winery, with vineyards located along the Columbia River in central Washington state. As one of the first families to farm these productive and scenic lands, we watch over our estate vineyards and world-class grapes as if they were a son or daughter. The same commitment is applied to our small-batch artisan wines, which receive the love and attention only people closely tied to the land can provide.
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