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Benton City Flower Shops

Corner Stone Flower & Gift Shoppe

718 10Th
Benton City, WA 99320
(509) 588-4443

Benton City WA News

Apr 27, 2017

Love wildflowers? 15 Mid-Columbia hikes you can try this spring

The trail goes for 2.5 miles out and back. From Richland, drive west on Interstate 82 to exit 96 for Benton City. After exiting, turn left and drive through Benton City. Continue north on State Route 225. At 7.3 miles from I-82, find a fenced parking area on the left (west) side of the highway. Washington Discover Pass required.The White Bluffs South Slope Trail, north of Pasco, is a fascinating hike along the Columbia River in the Hanford National Monument. The 8-mile loop trail traverses the Ringold Formation and offers spectacular views of the Columbia River and the white bluffs — the ancient river and lake bed sediments from the Columbia River system between 8.5 million and 3.4 million years ago. From I-182, take the Road 68 exit from Pasco and head north on Road 68 until you hit a “T” on Ringold Road. Make a left and follow it for a few miles until you reach a sign that tells you to turn left toward the Columbia River. Once at Ringold make a right and follow the gravel road north about 8 miles until you reach a sign that says no vehicles. Park and hike in from there.The Juniper Dunes Wilderness is a 45-minute drive south and east of Pasco. This unique and protected area consists of a dry, blowing deposits of sand dunes. There are numerous plant and animal species, many of them threatened or endangered. Hiking is difficult and the area is difficult to access. To get the best information about getting there, contact the BLM in Pasco. You can also visit the Juniper Dunes Wilderness area site on the Washington Trails Association website, www.wta.org.The Cowiche Canyon Conservancy i... (Tri-City Herald)

Apr 13, 2017

Love wildflowers? 15 Mid-Columbia hikes you can try this spring | Tri ...

The trail goes for 2.5 miles out and back. From Richland, drive west on Interstate 82 to exit 96 for Benton City. After exiting, turn left and drive through Benton City. Continue north on State Route 225. At 7.3 miles from I-82, find a fenced parking area on the left (west) side of the highway. Washington Discover Pass required.The White Bluffs South Slope Trail, north of Pasco, is a fascinating hike along the Columbia River in the Hanford National Monument. The 8-mile loop trail traverses the Ringold Formation and offers spectacular views of the Columbia River and the white bluffs — the ancient river and lake bed sediments from the Columbia River system between 8.5 million and 3.4 million years ago. From I-182, take the Road 68 exit from Pasco and head north on Road 68 until you hit a “T” on Ringold Road. Make a left and follow it for a few miles until you reach a sign that tells you to turn left toward the Columbia River. Once at Ringold make a right and follow the gravel road north about 8 miles until you reach a sign that says no vehicles. Park and hike in from there.The Juniper Dunes Wilderness is a 45-minute drive south and east of Pasco. This unique and protected area consists of a dry, blowing deposits of sand dunes. There are numerous plant and animal species, many of them threatened or endangered. Hiking is difficult and the area is difficult to access. To get the best information about getting there, contact the BLM in Pasco. You can also visit the Juniper Dunes Wilderness area site on the Washington Trails Association website, www.wta.org.The Cowiche Canyon Conservancy is in Yakima, about 90 minutes west of Tri-Cities. This special park offers a 3.3-mile loop trail that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all... (Tri-City Herald)