Enjoy the rugged natural beauty of Washington State, while sampling vintages from one of the state’s up-and-coming wine regions on a visit to Lake Chelhan, in the eastern foothills of the North Cascade Range. Lake Chelan is the largest lake in Washington, its long narrow length snaking for some 55 miles from the town of Chelan to the edge of North Cascades National Park.
The lake itself is a popular spot for summertime fun on
the water, with abundant trout making it great fishing spot. The reclusive wineries dotting the valley are destinations unto themselves, with stunning views that are almost as good as the wines.