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The Mountain Loop Scenic Byway travels 50 miles through the Darrington Ranger District of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The route starts in Granite Falls and ends in Darrington. Campgrounds, picnic areas, hiking trails, and scenic rivers are all accessible along the byway.

Shady west side forest and inviting rivers create most of the character of this easy, pleasant drive. The route passes many places to stop and look or walk and hike for a while, including interpretive trails suitable for wheelchairs. There are also many views out to surrounding high peaks and into nearby wilderness areas

Distance: 50 Miles

Directions: From Seattle, Take Interstate 5 north 30 miles and exit onto U.S. Highway 2 (Stevens Pass Highway.) Go 5 miles east to Snohomish and turn north on State Route 9. Go north 5 miles and turn onto State Route 92 to Granite Falls, where the Scenic Byway begins. From Granite Falls, continue on Hwy. 92 to Verlot and into the national forest. Continue up over Barlow Pass and then down along the Sauk River to Darrington.

 
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Address:
Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Washington


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Telephone Number: 425-783-6000
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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