The tiny town of Plain, Washington is a short drive off the highway, and sits along the Wenatchee River which is fed from nearby Lake Wenatchee. Dirtyface Lookout and Peak is a favorite hike for those who like a challenge. In the winter, Plain Valley Ski Trails offer groomed skiing and snowshoe opportunities – Stop in the Plain Hardware Store for trail passes, an espresso, and for any other gear you may need, year round. Make family memories on the ziplines and take a horseback ride through the mountains. This area is a favorite for camping in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, or nearby state park.

Photo courtesy of Cascade Loop Scenic Byway



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