Venue Details

Venue Details

Ron Lee

15 Blewett Ridge Drive
LeavenworthWA 98826

(888) 628-8989 
(206) 628-8989 

It is a little known fact. That Chief Joseph, famous for saying “I will fight war no more forever,” passed over central Washington State’s Blewett Pass stopping long enough to water his horses and buy provisions.

Now the Chief Joseph Lodge has been named after this famous Nez Pierce Native American, one of the few who called for peace when the United States forcefully attempted to relocate his people from their ancestral homelands

A magnificent remote Lodge with everything you would expect to find inside one of those journals; an extra large 5 bedroom mountain lodge, miles from the nearest neighbor but with all the amenities you would expect. 

Located high above Blewett Pass, this home is only accessible by Snowcat in the winter (provided by us) or your own snowmobiles; though there is a good road in the summer. Built in 2003, the home is several miles away and several hundred feet above Blewett Pass and surrounded by tens of thousands of acres of Nation Forest land. 

This two story home features mammoth log construction, 5 bedrooms which sleep 14, 3 bathrooms and 2 river rock fire places to keep you warm on the chilly mountain peak. 

The top floor has a master bedroom with king sized bed and private double sink bathroom, the main living room with large luxurious leather seating and a wall of windows to let you take in the view. The full sized kitchen has modern appliances, horse saddle bar stools and a 6-8 person dinner table. There is also a powder room by the entrance.

The top floor is a loft used as a TV room with a large flat screen TV. Downstairs is a game room, two more bedrooms with queen sized beds, and two bunk rooms with double sized bunks and a full sized bathrooms with double sinks.

The current Blewett pass was built in 1922 and dates back to the minor gold rush in 1860l. The new pass sits 4,100 feet in elevation and situated roughly 30 miles from both Leavenworth and Cle Elum.

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