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Eric Glass reviewed Five Mile Drive
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Hiking

Great place to run year round. Outer loop is paved but you can get some trails in as part of it. Good part of it is covered if its raining or hot. Gps has it at 4.8 ish. Watch out for mid afternoon teens/people driving and not paying attention.

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Scenic drivingFeeSnow

I drove this route on July 29, 2020. The first 35 miles are not spectacular and just okay. Around mile 35 or so, there’s a ranger station that sells federal passes that you’ll need if you intend to get out of your vehicle after this mile marker. After the ranger station, it starts to get very beautiful! This route follows a river most of the way to the top. There are numerous places to stop & take pics or venture out on a hike. The gate was locked after the Heather Meadows area (Austin Pass) and I had to hike the last mile or so to the top. I then hiked the Artist Ridge Trail to Huntoon Point & Artist Point which a lot of it was covered in snow! In fact, the restrooms were closed because the snow was at its roofline! Anyhow, I highly recommend driving up to this area when in the Bellingham area.

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Justin Kendall reviewed Cape Flattery Tribal Scenic Byway
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sorry, all of neah nay, shi shi, cape flattery, all of the Makah tribe land is closed

Megan Lotuaco reviewed Five Mile Drive
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HikingGreat!
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Michelle Arbogast reviewed Queets River Road
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OHV/Off Road DrivingClosed

Road closed at 8 miles In

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Phileo McAlexander reviewed Stevens Pass Scenic Byway
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this is in a road biking app and says "easy". R u serious???

Kyle Johnson reviewed Five Mile Drive
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couldn't believe the views until I was there. highly recommend.

Michael Henry reviewed Drive to the Top of Mount Spokane
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Scenic driving

It was a beautiful drive. Took my girlfriend up here for her first time. Lots of wild flowers. And great views. No wildlife due to plenty of people as well. A bit windy at the top being a light jacket.

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Kimberly Ortiz reviewed Cape Flattery Tribal Scenic Byway
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HikingClosed

We just drove 3+ hours from Bremerton to be turned away at the entrance of the Makah Indian reservation. They will not let you access the trail until the covid pandemic is resolved.

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Hiking

Picture lake is one of the easiest and most beautiful views you’ll see. On the highway, there’s a view of the mountain (on clear days) all the way until you’re climbing the mountain. Great drive to roll your windows down and cruise.

Joshua DeJong reviewed Five Mile Drive
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HikingOff trailRocky
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Kc Pelayo reviewed Queets River Road
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OHV/Off Road DrivingBugsWashed out

Landslide about 7 miles in. But still has decent beach access. Just not a 4 wheel drive kind of trail

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Crystal Teel reviewed Covered Bridge to Columbia River
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First to Review

Hiking and swimming

Jori Scruggs-Brown reviewed Mill Creek Truck Trail
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Hiking

This is definitely a logging road! There weren’t many cars/trucks though. Today was beautiful. Lots of flowers and a few critters. We took one of the side roads and saw a glimpse of a mountain. Maybe St. Helens? The directions say to turn left on Spruce Creek Rd, but we didn’t see a trail head. We turned around and drove up Mill Creek Rd. until the paved road ended. There is a small turnout there where we parked.

Christa Dietrich reviewed Five Mile Drive
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Hiking

Just in case you Tacoma peeps haven’t heard yet: A women was attacked on 6/18/20 & hit in the back of the head with a HAMMER while on five mile drive...as of today 6/22/20 the man hasn’t been found. Please be careful & exercise outdoors in pairs here!

Benjamin Lorton reviewed White Pass Scenic Byway
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Scenic driving

Best way to cross the pass!

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Scenic driving

Great scenic drive with cute places to visit and learn about local history along the way. You will also find a few restaurants, a book store, dispensary, and more along the way.

Ankur Tyagi reviewed Mountain Loop Highway
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OHV/Off Road DrivingOver grown

Went there yesterday. No GPS connectivity on my AT&T all along the way after passing lake 22. Had a hard time navigating. It's a loop though so you can't really get lost but the unpaved road made me tired and I had to sleep in my car for a few hours before making it to Darrington. Some of the inroads were slippery due to rain and I lost vehicle control at one point so drive carefully in the grassy inroad sections. Otherwise lots of distractions and I will certainly do this again.

Bob Crisman Jr. reviewed Mill Creek Truck Trail
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Hiking

Fun trails. Lots of scenic views. Saw two herds of elk, lots of bear scat, a beaver dam and beautiful hiking along game trails. Great places to picnic and/or cool off in the creeks hunting for agates. The main roads can be navigated by car but there a lot of sharp rocks that can pierce sidewalls and even some challenging areas for those more adventurous. We went two days in a row this week and will back again next week. Safe travels!

Kevin Thai reviewed Five Mile Drive
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Hiking

A great and clean trail to hike. An enjoyable experience as long as it’s dry. Very easy difficulty and would definitely recommend.

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my only issue you is the crowds

Steve Tullis reviewed Mountain Loop Highway
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OHV/Off Road DrivingClosed

I attempted this route from the Darrington side. Once on the dirt/gravel portion, the road was well maintained, and in great shape - there were a few pot-holes, but it was drivable by nearly any vehicle. About 10 miles after changing to dirt - about 2 miles from reaching Barlow pass - the road was closed. While disappointing, I took advantage of the return trip by doing detours on side road/trails. Very beautiful country. Lots of streams, rivers, waterfalls, etc.- short hikes were rewarded by great views.

Mr Arby reviewed Cascade Scenic Drive
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Scenic driving

the best drive in Washington! tons of beautiful views , I do this drive every year , the fall and late spring are my favorite times, with a bit of low altitude snow this is a very beautiful drive, and without snow it's completely different. try this drive different times throughout the year.

Kate W. reviewed Cascade Scenic Drive
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Scenic driving

Definitely beautiful drive. I highly recommend stopping into Leavenworth, a Bavarian village for food and drinks. If you have time to deviate from the route, drive to Lake Wenatchee for recreation.

Levi Fullner reviewed Chuckanut Drive
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Hiking

I suggest this hike for anyone looking for a fun day hike or even an overnight if you go up to pine and ceader lakes. (No snow on the trail) (barely any masquitos) there are also a few different trail heads you can start on once you get up to the road.

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