- Summer and winter hiking in the South Cascades around Leavenworth will leave you speechless from all the natural beauty, fresh air, and beautiful views.
- Enjoy some extreme snow tubing to rekindle that childhood fun. Plus, you won’t have to walk back up to the top of hill!
What can I see and do at the Cascade Mountains?
Snow Tubing: Several of the ski hills around the Leavenworth area, including the Leavenworth Ski Hill, have a really fun activity called snow tubing. It’s similar to sledding, but in a tube and a lot faster. Then, when you get to the bottom, you get to ride a surface lift back to the top to start all over!
Hiking: Whether summer or winter, the Cascade Mountains have miles and miles of hiking trails for you to explore. These range in difficulty level and can either be fun scenic trails or serious trails like the Pacific Crest Trail.
Skiing and Snowboarding: Whether you are at Mission Ridge, Ski Hill, Stevens Pass or one of the other many ski and snowboarding areas in the Cascade Range, you are sure to have a great time. Each resort is different, offering terrain parks, backcountry skiing, or bunny hills for beginners.
National Parks: The Cascade Mountain range closest to Leavenworth is part of the South Cascade Range. This includes fabulous sites such as Mt. Adams, Mt. Rainier, and Mt. Saint Helens. Even if all you get to do is catch a glimpse of these beauties, you will not be disappointed.
Where are the Cascade Mountains?
The Cascade Mountain Range expands from Northern to Southern Washington. The South Cascades surround the Leavenworth area. As you drive to and from Leavenworth, you will be able to see some of this natural beauty from Highway 2.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For general information about the surrounding Cascade Mountains, call the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce at (509) 548-5807.