Walla Walla is the seat of Walla Walla County in Washington, USA. Located at the foothills of the Blue Mountains, with an area of 28 sq km, Walla Walla is the largest city in the county.
Incorporated in 1862, the city grew after the Gold Rush. Today, with a population of around 30,000, the city has become the financial and employment centre of the county.
The climate of the city is perfect for cultivating grapes. However, it is prone to sudden shifts in temperature. Summer temperatures range from 32°C to 16°C, while winter temperatures range from –2°C to 5°C.
Walla Walla has a picture-perfect landscape with the hillsides overlooking the fields. The backcountry trails and the streams not only add to the city’s beauty but also create avenues for outdoor activities.
Home to Whitman College and host to the annual Hot Air Balloon Stampede, the city does not disappoint when it comes to cultural activities.
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