Washington State Border Has a Hidden Gem Vista House With Astonishing Views
On The Washington And Idaho Border Lies A Vista House With Amazing Views
I grew up in the Lewiston/Clarkston Valley and if you are unfamiliar with the area, there's a hidden gem that you can visit that offers unbelievable views.
The Vista House Sits High Atop The Lewiston Hill Elevation at 2,756 FT
Lewiston Idaho and Clarkston Washington are divided by the Snake River roughly 2 and 1/2 hours East of the Tri-Cities. If you've never been, you are missing out on one sight that's worth taking a road trip.
A Hit Song Was Once Inspired By Lewiston Hill
Located high above the Lewis/Clark Valley is the Vista House. It's right on the top of Lewiston Hill, infamous for being one of the most treacherous highways in America.
The old Spiral Highway is even featured in the song "Hot Rod Lincoln" by Commander Cody and his Lost Airmen, which was a hit in the 1970s.
As a kid, we'd go to the top of Lewiston Hill to see some amazing views. I remember taking a few girlfriends to the top of the hill, admiring the 360-degree views.
The Vista House has become a premier event destination with live music and food trucks on Friday nights.
If you are up for a road trip, the Vista House is a location you won't be disappointed in. I know when I go home, I like to take a trip to the top of the hill to grab some photos and some grub.
You can check out more details about the Vista House here on their Facebook page.