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About Leavenworth

If your family is looking for a Bavarian vacation, without the flights to Germany, Leavenworth is the place for you. Nestled at the foot of the Cascades, the town is nothing if not scenic with a German spirit your family will cherish. Pack your hiking gear, grab your lederhosen, book your Leavenworth vacation rentals, and get ready for an unforgettable trip to this quaint Washington town.

Climate

Leavenworth visitors and residents enjoy seasonal temperatures with occasional extremes. During the summer months, temperatures top out in the high 80s, while cool weather sets in during the winter months, with temperatures in the 30s. Summer visitors can typically take advantage of warm weather and sunny skies, while winter visitors should pack warm coats and snow boots in anticipation of relatively snowy winters.

How to Get Around 

If you’re traveling from afar, it’s easiest to get to this Eastern Washington destination by flying into Sea-Tac International Airport. Rent a car at the airport, and take Highway 2 about 100 miles east across the stunning Cascade Mountains. If you’d rather sit back and enjoy the view, book tickets on Amtrak’s Empire Builder route, which stops conveniently at the town’s Icicle Station. Once you arrive in town, you’ll find that most Leavenworth vacation rentals are a quick walk from the town’s highlights and a short drive away from some of Eastern Washington’s most scenic spots.

Things to Do 

Inspired by a Bavarian village, Leavenworth’s town center is packed with historic buildings that house a range of shops, restaurants, and even wine tasting rooms. Start your day with a stroll through town, and then gear up for a hike in the nearby Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.

For an easy hike, Penstock Trail offers a short trail, nice views of the nearby Wenatchee River, and sandy beaches. For a more challenging hike, plan a day trip to Colchuck Lake. This eight-mile trail features a 2,300-foot ascent, wildlife spotting, and stunning views of the impossibly blue Colchuck Lake. Be sure to secure a permit if you plan to camp overnight. There are many opportunities for outdoor recreation in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness region, including Nordic skiing in the winter or swimming and tubing through the Wenatchee River Valley in the summer.

Families can spend time at the city’s five distinct parks featuring a variety of family recreational activities. ...

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