Methow Valley Inn

Address: 234 Second Street, Twisp, Washington, 98856, United States | Inn
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    Vashon to Blaine to Winthrop WA via N. Cascades

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 27, 2015

    145 photos

    ... altitude, the skies were clear and there were surprises around every turn. I actually stopped to take pictures to make sure I got good ones. The GoPro was on the fritz. I have to figure that out now but the majesty of the Northern Cascades National Forest was breathtaking.

    The road was a great road and, without traffic, 60mph was fun and easy.

    Winthrop is everything I was told, a real old western ...

    Quick post from Winthrop 4pm

    A travel blog entry by whiteraven on Jul 01, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    No signal for many miles in rhe northern cascades. This is jyst a quck post more later tonight. Yesterday we backpacked way up above the treeline to Hidden Lakes. And made it safely down this morning. All i can say is WOW. A couple pics for a qucik look until ...

    Day 37 - Boring Start, Awesome Finish!

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 46 photos

    ... A little late for us, besides it was time to go.
    As we rode up and out of the dam area, we stopped at the scenic vista where you normally watch the laser light show to take some pictures during the day. It was a really beautiful vantage point, and you could really see the entire valley. Once we got back on WA-174W out of the Columbia Valley, the scenery abruptly became boring again. This time, there weren't even hay fields, ...

    New Part of Washington

    A travel blog entry by joec404 on Jun 16, 2015

    15 photos

    ... s very historic and ingrained into the culture there.

    Went to Omak to wait for our old friends Ray and Phyllis (well, at least Ray is OLD). This is terrific park with lots of space. I rode my bike into town one day and discovered a full-throated basketball tournament going on. There were 13 courts, put down on the streets with high-tech flooring, and there was some SERIOUS hoopsters there. All ages. All genders. All ethnic groups. It was fun to watch. ...

    The Cascades and bike trip re-visited

    A travel blog entry by jgood on Aug 01, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... amazement and shock that we actually rode these mountain passes (if possible, the roads actually seemed much more scary in a car). I know I have said it a thousand times, Dad, but you rock!

    Anyway, we drove through the Cascades, taking in the occasional stream/lake, the towering pine trees, and the brown grass/shrubbery (all a much different color of vs the emerald greed of when I passed through in June last ...