All Dining, Shopping and Wine Tasting are open of course, plus these fun activities below!
Icicle Junction Family Fun Center – Fun games in their activity center
Smallwood’s Harvest – 9am-5pm Petting Farm/Maze along with all of their kids games
Fish Hatchery Visitor Center – 8am-4pm (no babies in indoor nursery right now) however, the pens outside are available for viewing with the salmon that will be released in 3-4 weeks and other species.
Horse Drawn Carriage Rides – located at the Mai Pole on Front Street (reservations recommended)- $30 for 2 people $5 additional people
Sleeping Lady Art Walk – 2.5 miles up Icicle Road – self guided art walk tour
Bird watching– Lots of opportunities to get out and see some local species!
Art in the Park– Opens on May 5th!
Blue Sky Outfitters – Call to book a trip or book online.
Orion Expeditions – Reservations are available via phone or online.
Osprey Rafting –Offer variety of trips for all ages daily. Plenty of Leavenworth parking at Osprey: corner of Hwy 2 & Icicle Rd
Alpine Adventures –Running 7 days a week, minimum of 3 people, call or book online.
River Riders – OPEN 7 days a week – min of 4 people required
Wildwater River Guides – Daily trips at 11am – call for details on where the trips will be running.
Arlberg Sports Haus – bike rentals open– 10am-6pm Monday – Saturday & 10am-4pm Sunday
Bike Pump Park & Track –down at Enchantment Park is OPEN
Der Sportsmann – Bike rentals open 7 days a week.
Leavenworth Golf Course – Open 7 days a week.
Enzian Inn –Championship putting course, check out the goats!
Icicle Junction Family Fun Center –Miniature Golf is open!
Leavenworth Ziplines –Daily in May – sign up online
Leavenworth Mountain Sports – is renting climbing shoes & crash pads and water activity boards.
Lots of bouldering up Icicle, climbing at Castle Rock up Tumwater (Granite), Peshastin Pinnacles (Sandstone) – this is a state park so a Discover Pass is needed.
Nutcracker Museum– Open 1pm-5pm
Upper Valley Museum– Thursday-Sunday 10am-4pm, Sunday 11am-3pm
Trails for Hiking
Waterfront Park/Blackbird Island/Enchantment Park –are all snow free and trails looking good
Icicle Ridge – Great views and clear up to the first saddle (3 miles up)
Icicle Gorge Trail – open for hiking
Hatchery Trails by Sleeping Lady – open for hiking
Ski Hill– trail open for walking/hiking
Icicle Road –OPEN!
Peshastin Pinnacles – Pinnacles State Park – Discover Pass required
Sauer Mountain – Open and clear, wildflowers are in bloom.
Colchuck Lake – The road is still closed but you can park alongside the road and hike in. The road is snow-free until about the Eightmile trailhead (3 miles in). The trail may be mostly snow/ice covered to the lake.