Lake Chelan is a fifty five mile long geological crevice filled with pristine water, sometimes over fifteen hundred feet deep, and in places, only a mile wide – originally carved by glaciers. Today, the largest collection of glaciers in the lower forty eight states still exists in the Washington North Cascades.
Winter snow, Spring melt, fills and renews our precious waters each year. An imprint in the pure white snow crystals reveal a deeper blue within… Blue Spirits. No spirit can be better than the water that makes its proof.