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Hiking In Walla Walla

Nestled among the basalt rimmed cliffs of the Blue Mountains and rolling wonders of the Palouse Hills, Walla Walla provides a scenic backdrop for some of Washington’s premier hiking adventures. From ultralight to mountaineering, and from backcountry adventures to urban trail systems, Walla Walla has a trail for any hiking shoe. So, where to start? … Read More


From farmers markets to old fashioned candy stores, fashion forward dresses to 8-tracks and albums, Walla Walla’s boutique shopping experience is truly unique. Whether you enjoy window shopping while strolling the downtown streets or need to drop by the familiar big box to replenish your sunscreen supply, Walla Walla has you covered. Farmers Market Boasting … Read More

Museums & History

To tell the story of Walla Walla’s history is to tell a story that combines geologic marvel, ancestral inhabitants, early settlers, tremendous wealth, agricultural riches, and a diversified economy. Nowhere is this story better told than at some of the Walla Walla Valley’s top museums and cultural sites, including Fort Walla Walla Museum, Kirkman House … Read More

Walla Walla Golf – 6 Courses, Unending Views

The Walla Walla Valley is home to some of Washington’s very best golf, with a mild and dry climate that calls to golfers almost year-round. Most notably, Wine Valley Golf Club was recently named the No. 3 public course in Washington (and No. 34 public course in the country) by Golfweek magazine, and has become … Read More

Parks & Outdoor Recreation

With trails to run, mountains to ski, lakes to fish, and peaks to hike, boredom is a foreign concept within Walla Walla, Washington. And with 260 days of sunshine annually, it’s no wonder that Walla Walla is a sought-after destination for outdoor adventure seekers. Discover the diverse habitats in the McNary National Wildlife Refuge or … Read More