You’ll Have To Hike Into Washington’s Most Isolated Town And You’ll Love It
Washington State's Most Isolated Town Is Worth Hiking Into
Gorgeous Sights And Delicious Food Highlight This Chelan County Hidden Gem
Would you hike into a town if it was the only way to get there?
The small remote village of Stehekin Washington is only accessible by ferry, private boat, by foot over the Cascade Range, and by floatplane.
There is access from Lake Chelan for horseback riders and certain times a year, by plane to the Stehekin State Airport. Its isolation makes for some beautiful scenery for tourists and travelers alike.
Stehekin Washington Only Has 75 Residents And No Roads Into The Town
There are a lot of highlights that make the small village of Stehekin a tourist destination.
A video I discovered which is below displays the beauty and grandeur of the Lake Chelan area.
There are several places to explore like the Stehekin Valley Ranch which includes cabins, there's also a massive waterfall and plenty of hiking trails along with the old school and an amazing bakery where you'll find scrumptious goodies.
Here's What You Can Do And See In Isolated Stehekin Washington
Stehekin offers plenty of things to do and see. If you love fishing and hiking, this little isolated Washington village is for you and the best part is the hassle of traffic and vehicles won't be a distraction for you.