Cascade Loop Scenic Highway
This kickass ride will give you so much fall colors staring the tree of Washington that you will throw up a pile of autumn leaves when you are done. The 440-mile trip that takes you from Everett to SR 20—the North Cascades Loop—through the Methow Valley, down to the Columbia River and Tumwater Canyon, and back again via US 2.
Take note of some sights that include the vibrant yellow larches of Ross Lake, the golden-grassy farmland of Winthrop and blazing yellow-red maple vines in Leavenworth.
Enumclaw to Paradise
This 147-mile route runs east from Enumclaw along SR 410 through Cayuse Pass before looping back on Highways 706 and 7 near Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, and features fiery maples and amazing mountain views. Looking to add more miles to the ride; add a trip Naches to expand your fall heart with ashes, larches and cottonwoods lighting your path.
Chuckanut Scenic Byway
21-mile coastal ride takes you along the Puget Sound’s rocky shore known as Chuckanut Drive that runs north from Burlington to Bellingham and features yellow-and-red maples, crimson vine maples, and views of the San Juan Islands.
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