MAZAMA COMMUNITY CLUB

The Heart of Mazama

LOCAL LINKS

The Mazama Store

www.themazamastore.com

A fun and unique store with great pastries, coffees, breakfasts, lunches, pizzas, groceries, wines, beers, and gifts...plus Husky Ice Cream! They also sell gasoline.

 The Mazama Country Inn

www.mazamacountryinn.com

Terrific Lodge...Cabins...Restaurant at the foot of Goat Peak

 Mazama Ranch House

www.mazamaranchhouse.com/index.html

We have horse facilities onsite that are free with the rental of a room and include corrals and a riding arena. Step off your porch, saddle up and ride off.

 The Freestone Inn

www.freestoneinn.com

Inn and Dining Room + Wilson Ranch Rentals + Heli Skiing

 North Cascade Heli Skiing

https://heli-ski.com/

Discover some of the finest snow conditions for heli-riding available anywhere.

 The Rolling Huts

www.rollinghuts.com

The Rolling Huts are designed as a modern alternative to camping...the six huts are grouped as a herd...each with views of the mountains.

Woodstone Pizzeria at Wesola Polana

https://woodstoneatwesola.com/

Creative and tasty pizzas, European beers and wines, plus delicious salads and desserts. And an espresso bar!

 Methow Trails

www.methowtrails.org/

The Methow Trails is dedicated to developing and promoting environmentally sound recreation on or near the trails in the Methow Valley.

Methow Valley Snowmobile Association

mvsnowmobile.blogspot.com/

The MVSA is a non-profit organization committed to promoting snowmobiling in the Methow Valley and aid in search and rescue missions, if needed.

North Cascades Mountain Guides

https://www.ncmountainguides.com/

Our guides are true professionals with decades of guiding experience. The majority of our guides are trained and certified by the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) and the owners are instructors and examiners for the AMGA. Our goal is to provide exceptional mountain experiences by having the best guides in the business and by only offering low-ratio, high quality trips to the most amazing mountain ranges in the world.

 Mazama Advisory Committee

https://mazamaadvisorycommittee.wordpress.com/category/uncategorized/

"By carefully blending the natural, human, and economic environments, we pass on to future generations a landscape as rich and beautiful as the one we now enjoy."

John Adams Design

www.johnadamsdesign.com/

John Adams painted the beautiful watercolor of the MCC that is shown on our home page and which we use on our forms and annual newsletter. John is a signature member of both the National and Northwest Watercolor Societies. He has worked in graphic design along with painting and teaching weekly watercolor classes since 1998.

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