Category Archives: Social Media Roundup

10 North Central Washington Twitter Accounts Worth Following

Are you a Twitter user? There are some great North Central Washington Twitter accounts out there worth following! You can even follow our Twitter feed at:

North Central Washington

Whether you’re interested in photos, information on what’s going on around the region, humorous posts, or other local stuff, Twitter is the place to go. Here are 10 Twitter accounts that do a great job of informing and showing off North Central Washington.

City of Wenatchee
Munchen Haus
WSP Trooper Brian Moore
North Central Washington Memes
Wenatchee Valley
Ohme Gardens
Methow Valley News
Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel
Stevens Pass

Highlighting Some Great Wenatchee Area Instagram Accounts

There are some great Instagram accounts out there showing photos of Wenatchee and the surrounding area. Since that was the original idea behind NCWpics when it started 10 years ago, here we’re sharing a few dedicated to the region adn that we’ve seen recently show off some great stuff.


10/3/2016 – North Central Washington Social Media Roundup

NCWpics Social Media Roundup

Another round of great social media finds this week. Check out who made the NCW Social Media Roundup!

9/27/2016 – NCW Social Media Roundup

NCWpics Social Media Roundup
It’s another week and another edition of the North Central Washington Social Media Roundup. Check out what we found this time!

Wild Horses Monument at sunset Location: Vantage, Wa The highway sign calls it Wild Horses Monument, but the real name of this artwork is Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies. And despite being begun in 1989, it’s still not complete! The trail itself is unremarkable, but after reading the history of the sculpture, you may agree that it’s worth the stop, and the short hike to see it up close. The sculpture was designed and created by Chewelah sculptor David Govedare. He envisioned a 36-foot tall woven basket made of steel, tipped up by Grandfather (a symbol of the Great Spirit), to allow the 18 horses within to run free. The sculpture was to be completed and then presented as a gift during Washington’s Centennial celebration in 1989. The state ceded the land to Grant County for that purpose, but fundraising from private donations fell short and there was never enough money to complete the project. The 15 life-size galloping horses that were installed are a beautiful sight, regardless of the original plan. The sculpture as a whole is best seen from a distance. If you choose to take the short hike to the hilltop to see the individual horses, you’ll be rewarded with a nice view of the Columbia River and surroundings. From the far end of the paved parking lot, set out up the obvious trail heading up to the left of the sculpture. There are other faint trails visible, but please stay left on the main trail to minimize further erosion. The way is moderately steep, with sand and loose rocks; a hiking staff or trekking poles are helpful. A mere two tenths of a mile later, you are on top of the plateau featuring fifteen wild horses frozen in mid-gallop. #wildhorses #sculpture #vantage #vantagewa #pnw #landscape #columbiariver #outdoors #hikes #pacificnorthwest #roadtrips

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NCWpics Social Media Roundup
It’s just past the middle of September and the smell of the coming Fall season is in the air. Here is this week’s North Central Washington Social Media Roundup!

Walked around mission side after breakfast this morning, it's so beautiful my favorite place to hike! #wakeandbake @ #omaklake ???

A photo posted by Cassandra Marie ? (@classie_cassie93) on

9/12/2016 – NCW Social Media Roundup

NCWpics Social Media Roundup

This week’s look at some of the best of what we saw in North Central Washington Social Media!

Wenatchee: fun to say, prettier to look at.

A photo posted by Tara Cegla (@ceglatk) on


NCWpics Social Media Roundup

Cruising around North Central Washington via social media is a nice way to see some interesting areas, businesses, and organizations. Check out this collection of highlights we’ve found recently:

Lake Wenatchee looking beautiful w my friends inside of it lol ? ?? #lake #pnw #wenatchee #sunnydays #washington

A photo posted by Beauty Lies Within The Booty (@majesticelestial) on

Since 1989 – every summer in #LakeChelan ? #day2 #secondhome

A photo posted by Carson O'Haleck (@carsonohaleck) on

8/29/2016 – NCW Social Media Roundup

NCWpics Social Media Roundup
Checking in with some of the best recent social media gems from around North Central Washington. You never know who will turn up next!

Old school #ruins #prettyruins

A video posted by Saya Moriyasu (@sayamoriyasu) on

IM KING OF THE WORLD!!!!!!!!! #Washington #pacificnorthwest #pacificwonderland #dryfalls

A photo posted by Chelsea Kay Bowman (@chelseakaybowman) on

#wabdr #pnw

A video posted by Jeremy Forbes (@rawsomerobot) on

8/22/2016 – NCW Social Media Roundup

NCWpics Social Media Roundup

Another great week in North Central Washington social media output. Here’s some highlights we found:

#graffiti #mural #mammoth #grantcountywa #easternwashington #coulee #lakemissoula #geology #nofilter #soaplake

A photo posted by Addsup Tozero (@addsuptozero) on