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Mission Ridge turns 50!

Mission Ridge turns 50!

Where can you go this time of year and play outside and do your shopping at the same time? What you purchase is local, on trend, an experience and something that appeals to just about everyone. No sizes or colors to worry about. You can even share the gift! Or you can gift a CD that tells a little history of the mountain that made Wenatchee famous! Lifted DVD release party! December 17th at Mission Ridge - sound track is available as well.
Lifted

Lifted

A wintertime love story exploring the universal attraction between skier, boarder and mountain. From first chair to flamingo days, from deep powder to epic corduroy, “Lifted: A Ski Film for the Rest of Us” celebrates athletes and amateurs of all shapes and styles. Have craft mountains become endangered? Or are hometown hills an eternal source of stoke and adventure for generations to come? Pull out the long underwear and grab a beer as we follow one community’s quest to get Lifted.

             
Tourism Works

Tourism Works

Tourism is Washington’s fourth largest industry, generates $1.8 billion in state and local tax revenue, and supports 170,500 jobs.  Washington is the only state in the nation without a statewide tourism program. Tourism is a major engine for economic growth and creates jobs that cannot be outsourced. Tourism benefits every community and 4 out of 5 companies are small businesses 40 percent of tourism dollars are spent outside major urban areas. See how it works here in the State of Washington. Click on image to watch our video.

Fresh from our Blog

Area Sports Tourism Spending Rises in 2016

2016 was a record-setting year for sports tourism spending in the Wenatchee Valley. Bolstered by economic impact in a wide variety of categories, an estimated $8.35 million was spent here by visitors participating in or attending tournaments and events, according to analysis compiled by Wenatchee Valley Sports. This is up 9.7% over the previous high, Read More

First Friday at the Museum

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center celebrates First Friday on February 3rd from 10am to 8pm with free admission.  This marks the beginning of the end for the popular “Beacon of Friendship” exhibit, which closes February 11th. “Beacon of Friendship has been extremely successful,” Exhibits Curator Kasey Koski explains. “There has been great interest in Read More