Hit the open road on Washington’s Cascade Loop



The Cascade Loop is Washington’s ultimate road trip and a fantastic fly-drive option to add on to a trip to Seattle.

The 440 mile long scenic drive gives visitors a taste of Washington State’s diverse regions, including the Snohomish River Valley, Stevens Pass Greenway, Leavenworth Cascade Foothills, Wenatchee Columbia River Valley, Lake Chelan Valley, Methow Valley, North Cascades National Park, Skagit Valley and Whidbey Island. https://www.cascadeloop.com/destinations

There are numerous adventures to be enjoyed along the Cascade Loop and with such a diversity of landscapes along the route, visitors are spoilt for choice. Here are just a few of the incredible experiences you can have:

This fantastic video gives a taster of what a trip could be like:


Fly-drive itineraries can be self-made or put together by tour operators, and offer a wonderful addition to a city break in Seattle. These can include stays in a variety of properties such as the Mayflower Park Hotel in Seattle at the start and end of the adventure and along the route, Icicle Inn Resort in Leavenworth, Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel in Wenatchee, Freestone Inn in Mazama, Sun Mountain Lodge in Winthrop, and the Fort Casey Inn in Coupeville.

For a full guide to the Cascade Loop click here.

British Airways and Virgin offer daily flights from Heathrow to Seattle, plus there are additional seasonal direct flights that run from May to October from Gatwick with Norwegian, from Dublin with Aer Lingus and from Manchester with Thomas Cook Airlines. Icelandair also flies to Seattle via Reykjavik.

For further information on visiting Seattle and Washington State visit www.Seattle-WashingtonState.co.uk

* Exchange rate applied £1: $1.40




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