Blessed with a richly-varied topography, from cliffs to gorges, plateaus to long tree-lined roads and leafy vineyards, Cave B Inn & Spa Resort Resort is nature-made for a wide variety of activities. Whether it’s Nordic skiing across fresh-fallen snow or meandering across the property on cruiser bikes Cave B Inn & Spa Resort is wonderfully suited to keep you as busy as you’d like to be.
Feel like exploring the property and surrounding area? The greater Columbia Valley area of Central Washington offers a bit of everything, for everyone:
At Cave B Inn & Spa Resort or Within Walking Distance
Hiking: Our trail system will guide you gently around our property or take you down through the gorge to the banks of the mighty Columbia River with a side trip to a lovely waterfall. You can grab a map and the essentials and set out on your own.
- Self-Guided River & Waterfall Trail Hikes: Grab our hiking trail map, our guide to the area’s birds and plant life, your own water bottle and sunscreen, and head down into the gorge hiking at your own pace.
Biking: Whether you’re looking for a road biking adventure or mountain biking exploration, our country roads and established trails are ideal for pedaling your way through the Columbia River valley enjoying stunning panoramic views. All you have to do is bring the bike! We have a limited number of bikes available on a first come first served basis for two hour rentals. If you choose to borrow ours please fill out a release at the front desk, grab a helmet and explore.
Swimming Pool: Our dramatic cliff side swimming pool overlooks the Columbia River Gorge vista. Peak Season: Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Bird Watching: With all upland game species on site as well as raptors and song birds our natural surroundings provide hours of entertainment for bird enthusiasts.
Cave B Estate Winery Tasting Room: Stop by next door Tasting Room at Cave B Estate Winery to enjoy sampling and learning about their award-winning wines. Please visit the winery website for hours and pricing.
Lending Library: Curl up with a great book from our lending library, or leave a book of your own if you like, and help us continue to build our diverse library.
Games: Gather with friends and family to enjoy one of our many board games or borrow a deck of cards to start a game of your own. Or take it outside for a game of bocce ball or horseshoes on the lawn. We even have a field perfect for volleyball, soccer, kite flying and star gazing.
On the River: Discover Crescent Bar and spend the day on the Columbia River with water ski, Jet Ski and boat rentals when river levels allow.
Hiking: Experience Ancient Lakes with a challenging hike through this unique part of the Quincy Wildlife Recreation Area offering a rare glimpse at a desert waterfall. Head toward Moses Lake and check out Winchester Wasteway a favorite for locals and guests alike known for its musical wildlife including nesting waterfowl, red-winged blackbirds, Canada geese and sandhill cranes.
Rock Climbing: A favorite spot for locals and guests alike, The Feathers at Frenchmam Coulee features short basalt columns resembling feathers.
Golf: Offering 18-holes, Colockum Ridge offers golfers of all skill levels a course suitable for walking or riding, coupled with challenges and scenic beauty.
Wine Tasting: Enjoy tasting wines in the Ancient Lakes region located between the towns of Rock Island (east of Wenatchee) and Othello, Washington (east of Yakima Valley). This new wine-growing region in Eastern Washington is home to 11 wineries.
Sightseeing: Surrounded by breathtaking scenery and rich history, the region features many unique sightseeing opportunities, including:
- Visit the Ginkgo Petrified Forest/Wanapum Recreational Area: this national historic preserve features 27,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Wanapum Reservoir on the Columbia River.
- Explore the Wanapum Dam Museum on the Columbia River near Vantage Washington.
- Wild Horse Sculpture
Golf: The Links at Moses Pointe has garnered a reputation as one of Washington State’s best golf courses and is known as one of our finest links courses that has been carved out the beautiful Columbia Basin. It is a championship golf course, known for its excellent design, exceptional guest hospitality, and is one the most sought out golf courses in the Pacific Northwest. The Links is a challenging course that offers true greens and immaculate fairways, but if you’re hitting the ball straight then expect to score well.
Skiing: Hit the slopes at Mission Ridge. The combination of dry snow and over 300 days of sunshine annually makes Mission Ridge well known throughout the Northwest, providing an experience many people compare to other world class areas in Idaho, Colorado and Utah.
The Wild Horse Wind Farm: Open seasonally, The Wild Horse Wind Farm is a 229-megawatt wind farm built by Puget Sound Energy that consists of 127 1.8-megawatt Vestas V80 turbines on a 8,600-acre (3,500 ha) site 15 miles east of Ellensburg.
Grand Coulee Dam: Washington State’s Recreation Capitol featuring year-round activities including tours of the dam, shopping, dining, fishing, hiking and more!
Dry Falls Interpretive Center: As the name suggests, Dry Falls no longer carries water, but is the remnant of what was once the largest waterfall known to have existed on earth. Viewing the 3.5 miles of sheer cliffs that drop 400 feet, it is easy to imagine the roar of water pouring over them. (Niagara Falls by comparison, is one mile wide with a drop of 165 feet).
For information regarding activities or to make a reservation, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.