Methow Valley, Washington.
The Methow Valley in the North Cascades is home to impressive rivers like the Methow, Twisp and Chewuch, all of which drain into the region’s largest river, the Columbia.
Methow Valley is known for its incredible year-round recreation and is beloved by nearly all who live or pass through this incredible wildland.
Video: Kayaking on the Twisp River and Black Canyon run on the Methow River.
Video by: Reg Lake, youtube
Methow Valley serves as the eastern gateway to North Cascades National Park and provides access to more than 680,000 acres of wilderness in the Pasayten and Lake Chelan-Sawtooth areas. The broad hay-swept valley is flanked by impressive peaks that offer countless recreation opportunities year-round.
Methow Valley in Washington's North Cascades landscape has incredible year-round recreation. Methow Valley also is located in one of the most heavily roaded watersheds in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, which The Wilderness Society is working to restore to a healthy state.