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Stehekin WA 98852, North Cascades National Park, WA
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#1 of 2 Specialty lodging in North Cascades National Park
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Free parking
Free breakfast
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Shuttle bus service
Non-smoking hotel
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Philip A wrote a review Aug 2020
Bellingham, Washington18 contributions16 helpful votes
We were very disappointed in the ranch. There were multiple small problems as might be expected in such an operation: no power to a plug in the cabin, lumpy beds And a light fixture that didn’t work. But, by far the most outstanding failure of this establishment was that they totally ignored the state mandate for wearing masks. Bethany, who introduced herself as the manager, made no apologies and in fact said, incorrectly, that she could not force people to wear masks. While this may be true of the guests it certainly is not true of the employees none of whom wore masks not even the food servers. The driver of the shuttle did not wear a mask, and there was no evidence of any social distancing on the bus, though some of the guests did wear masks. We elected to rent and ride bicycles to town in 100 degee heat. It was a needlessly harrowing experience that put our whole family at risk.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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travelpro7722 wrote a review Aug 2020
Seattle, Washington116 contributions41 helpful votes
My husband and I spent 4 nights in a Tent Cabin and we loved it. You are totally off the grid and everything just kind of slows down. You can do as much or as little as you want while there. The Stehekin Valley is gorgeous with big jaggy mountains around you. The Tent Cabin is exactly as they describe it - a full size bed in a wood cabin that is about 8 feet x 10 feet. No electricity and the shared bathrooms/showers are nearby (which were fine). For activities, we got the shuttle bus up to High Bridge and did the Agnes Gorge hike in an afternoon and it was beautiful. Another day, we rented eBikes and went up to Tumwater Bridge, hiked into Howard Lake, and then biked down to Buckner's Orchard and Rainbow Falls and back to the Ranch. We each got a massage from Marissa and she was incredible. Plus there are fun games to play and we did a bunch - volleyball, badminton, horseshoes, ping pong. Don't forget to chill out in a hammock and stay up to see incredible stars in the valley. Oh, forgot to mention - the food was pretty darn tasty. The steelhead trout was particularly good. If you want any alcohol, you need to bring it along. There is a general low key / very chill vibe to the ranch. It feels like an adult summer camp and it was really fun :)
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Julie M wrote a review Jul 2020
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The physical location in the Stehekin Valley can’t be beat. The hospitality is a close second. The staff are friendly but not cloying. The touches like cowboy coffee and the sawdust on the floor are fun and feel authentic. This was our first visit to the Stehekin Valley and the ranch and we definitely will return. Oh by the way, I was doing 20,000 steps a day, but probably still gained weight because the food was so delicious.
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Date of stay: July 2020
sparklyhiker wrote a review Aug 2019
Hood River, Oregon124 contributions32 helpful votes
This was my second visit to the Stehekin Valley Ranch and won't be my last! I love the peaceful setting, the overall ambiance of the place, and warm, welcoming staff. I'm vegetarian, so can't speak excitedly about the meat dishes, but know that they are plenty popular with others!
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Date of stay: July 2019
onegreenbee wrote a review Aug 2019
Cashmere, Washington137 contributions112 helpful votes
I can't think of a better way to spend a family reunion. We booked a year in advance (necessary) to celebrate our parents' 50th anniversary and had five ranch cabins among the 16 of us. What a treat to have our own places to sleep but to also share common outdoor spaces and all meals. It was a true treat to have a family getaway free from discussion on who is cooking, who is doing dishes, etc. Everything was provided and everyone felt like they had a true vacation. Some highlights: The ranch kindly lent us a minivan for our stay. It helped us coordinate explorations: Agnes Gorge was an easy 5 to 6 mile hike for all of us (saw a bear!). Even the five year olds made it. A mile down the road from the ranch we walked to a great spot for the kids to play in the river and catch little fish in their nets. Another day we drove to the bakery and jumped off a public dock into the lake. Next time we'll rent bikes and a side by side. There's so much to explore and do. The kids played field games out in the pasture in the front of the ranch, enjoyed the play structure, and spent hours exploring. It's a fantastic set up for families. While we were there, every cabin was booked, but it still was very quiet and peaceful---I haven't experienced quiet like that in a long time. We loved talking to other guests about their own travels, adventures, etc. Quite a few folks coming off the PCT. We'll be back for sure! Tip: Cabins 13 and 14 (Bill and Mary) are smaller but have small fridges/kitchenettes and more private patio spaces away from the other cabins/tents. Ours was more than enough room for my family of three, and we were grateful to keep some of our own snacks on hand. Cabins 9/10 are spacious with two twins beds in the loft and a big bed and a futon downstairs. We gathered in the evenings on one of the decks of those two for singalongs, stories, and games.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: 13/14 have kitchenettes and are away from other cabins. 14 is the most private. 9/10 have lots of...
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United StatesWashingtonNorth Cascades National Park
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stehekin Valley Ranch
Which popular attractions are close to Stehekin Valley Ranch?
Nearby attractions include Rainbow Falls (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Stehekin Valley Ranch?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Stehekin Valley Ranch?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Stehekin Valley Ranch?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Stehekin Valley Ranch?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.