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Whether you favor downhill or cross-country skiing, dining at an award-winning restuarant, listening to a symphony orchestra, touring one of the world's premier wine countries, or simply relaxing on your deck watching the sun set behind snow-capped Mount Adams, the Yakima Valley provides a myriad of assets that all contribute to an unsurpassed quality of life. The Yakima Valley has professional sports teams. Cultural and entertainment opportunities abound at the magnificently restored Capitol Theatre and the Yakima Valley SunDome. Golf, hunting, fishing, tennis, soccer, softball and other recreational sports are enthusiastically pursued by a number of Yakima's residents. Fourteen incorporated cities enjoy the benefits of small-town living while being an important player in the world marketplace. Yakima's population of around 60,000 makes it the largest city in a county of more than 200,000 residents.