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WABDR Washington Backcountry Discovery Routes - Section 1 - Stevenson to Packwood

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Published on Jan 29, 2011

http://ridebdr.com/WABDR

Highlights of section 1 of the Washington Backcountry Discovery Route Stevenson to Packwood.

The Washington Backcountry Discovery Route (WABDR) is a scenic route across Washington State from Oregon to Canada through the Cascade Mountain Range. The 600-mile route follows a connection of mostly unpaved backroads that can be ridden on dual-sport and adventure motorcycles.

The symbolic beginning of the route involves crossing the "Bridge of the Gods" from Oregon into Washington, just west of Stevenson, WA. Gas, groceries, restaurants and hotels are available in Stevenson. The route heads northeast over Triangle Pass and Trail Peak on gravel and dirt roads through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. On a clear day, riders will be treated to views of three volcanoes: Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams and the infamous Mt. St. Helens; which lost 1,300 feet of elevation in a massive eruption on May 18th, 1980. A short detour from the route to visit the Guler Ice Caves is worth the time. Created by a lava flow over 20,000 years ago, this lava tube preserves ice formations year round. The ice caves are West of the town of Trout Lake, near Peterson Prairie Campground. The route continues over Trout Lake Creek, Grand Meadows, Takh-Takh Meadows, Midway Meadows and then down to Hwy 12 arriving at Packwood where gas, hotels, restaurants and groceries are available.

WABDR Maps, DVD, Decals and more available here https://touratech-usa.com/Adventure-M...

For more information please visit the Washington Backcountry Discovery Route website at http://ridebdr.com/WABDR

Produced by Sterling Noren - ©2011 - Noren Films

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