Washington Wine Country Travel Guide

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The Yakima River binds a region of great contrasts. Snowcapped volcanic peaks and evergreen-covered hills overlook a natural shrub steppe turned green by irrigation. Famed throughout the world for its apples and cherries, its wine and hops, this fertile landscape is also the ancestral home of the Yakama people from whom it takes its name.

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Washington Wine Country Hotels

Two major freeways, I-90 and I-82, pass through the cities of Ellensburg and Yakima where you'll find the highest concentration of lodgings. A few independent...read more

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Washington Wine Country Restaurants

South central Washington has a fair share of Mexican food, from taco wagons to fine Mexican restaurants. National fast-food chains, local eateries, and...read more

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Things To Do in Washington Wine Country

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.

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Washington Wine Country Experiences

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