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Plan to visit the stunning natural landscape that surrounds Lake Chelan on your next vacation. This lake can be found located in Chelan County, which is situated in the north-central area of Washington state, in the United States of America. Before the year of 1927, Lake Chelan was known to be the largest natural lake in the state by any given measure. Lake Chelan borders two communities on the southern side of the lake, and a third on its north side, as well as bordering the North Cascades National Park. The name for this lake comes from a Salish Indigenous word, "Tsi - Laan," which means 'Deep Water.' There are plenty of recreational activities to be able to enjoy while visiting Lake Chelan. Here you will be able to go boating, swimming, mountain biking, scuba diving, and fishing. There is also plenty of fish to discover in this lake, such as Bull Trout, Westslope cutthroat trout, Largescale sucker, Longnose sucker, Bridgelip sucker, Northern pikeminnow, Peamouth, Redside shiner, Mountain whitefish, and the Pygmy whitefish.Cabins in Lake Chelan
With the gorgeous lake and natural landscape that surrounds the area, you can remain assured that any of the residential properties in Lake Chelan will provide you with stunning views. Spend your afternoon fishing from the pier outside of your rental property. Cook up some delicious catch on the grill in your garden. Have your hot coffee overlooking the sunrise at the lake. These are just some of the stunning memories you could be making with a trip to Lake Chelan.
Travelers and activities
Regardless of the recreational activity you most prefer, you will find that Lake Chelan has plenty of options for you to partake in. Explore the stunning landscape on top of a bike or hiking through the trails. The Lake Chelan Valley has numerous routes to choose from for both casual or serious bikers and hikers. Head to Echo Ridge Summer Trail for the longer 25-mile route. Originally this trail was designed for Nordic skiing in the wintertime and hiking in the spring and summer. On the other hand, The Devil's Backbone is just 13 miles and perfect if you wish to go mountain biking. The trails either drop you off at the Stormy Mountain, Windy Saddle or Crescent Hill trailheads. Each trail is great for different levels of bikers.Lake Chelan for food lovers
Although being a small town, you will be able to find plenty of eateries during your stay in Lake Chelan. Your first stop for breakfast should be the Blueberry Hill Farm. This breakfast and brunch spot works as a blueberry farm that allows you to pick your blueberries, as well as serving you delicious blueberry-based dishes. Another local favorite eatery is the Mi Paloma Cocina y Cultura. This casual spot is a Mexican restaurant that serves family recipes for lunch and dinner. Some of their best dishes include the Baja fried fish tacos and chile Verde pork.
Did you know that Lake Chelan is 52 miles long and only 1 mile wide at its widest?