Welcome to the the Methow Valley! There is no shortage of resources for the visiting recreational enthusiast.
Methow Trails Office
Our office is located at 309 Riverside Avenue along Highway 20 on the south end of the boardwalk in downtown Winthrop. We welcome vistors anytime to stop in and learn more about our trails, our organization, Methow Valley recreation or to purchase ski passes. We are open from 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday. Feel free to call us too at 509-996-3287.
Getting to Winthrop and the Methow Valley
Winthrop is located in the North Central part of Washington State, about 200 miles from Seattle, 180 miles from Spokane, 95 miles from Wenatchee and 90 miles from Osoyoos, Canada. There are a variety of ways to access the Methow Valley, but be aware that the North Cascades Highway (State Route 20) is closed in the winter. Be sure to check the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) mountain pass report or call 511 before travelling in all seasons.
Other great visitor resources include:
Information on lodging, dining, recreation, events and businesses throughout the Methow Valley.
The independently-owned, popular, backcountry hut system maybe book directly through this link. Note that Methow Trails winter ski trail passes are required when staying in the huts.
Information on lodging, dining, recreation and businesses in Mazama.
Information on lodging, dining, events and businesses in Twisp.
Information on lodging, dining, events and businesses in all of Okanogan County.