Hiking

Cascade Loop Association

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The Cascade Loop is a wonderful way to experience the best of Western Washington. The loop starts at Highway 2 about 28 miles north of Seattle and heads east through the Cascades to the Columbia River Valley and Lake Chelan. It pass through the North Cascades National Park, three national forests, the Bavarian town of Leavenworth and the Old West town of Winthrop. The west end of the loop includes Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands connected by the spectacular Deception Pass Bridge with a ferry ride back to the mainland.

This is an opportunity for hiking, fishing and camping in beautiful settings. This is a road trip for a week or longer to experience the natural beauty of lakes, rivers and forests. Hotels and restaurants are located in the towns along the routes. Mount Rainier is visible to the south and the North Cascades Highway that opens in late April, passes below Mount Baker and the Ross Lakes National Recreation Area.

Parts of the Cascade Loop can be enjoyed all year.

 

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