Situated at the convergence of the Columbia, Snake, and Yakima rivers, Pasco is part of Washington's Tri-Cities area. The city serves as a main transportation hub, surrounded by natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. Two of the most famous visitors to the area were Lewis and Clark, who camped along the rivers in 1805. Learn about the young Shoshone Indian woman who helped guide them at the Sacajawea Interpretive Center. See more of the Tri-Cities with a visit to the Pasco Farmers Market, or one of the area's many local wineries.
Your Vacation to Washington Wine Country Just Got Easier - with the Taste and Tote program. Check your first case of wine free from Yakima, Tri-Cities/Pasco or Walla Walla on Alaska Airlines. Show your Alaska Airlines boarding pass for waived tasting fees at participating wineries.