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Getting Around

Roadtrippers tend to be adventurers--folks who want to get out and explore, see new things and have adventures that they cherish for a lifetime. In order to make that happen though, particularly when you're planning to cover some serious ground, you gotta do some planning and get those nuts and bolts all dialed in ahead of time. 

Air Travel

In order to hit the road, you gotta get there first right? For folks flying in from out-of-state or out-of-country, you'll need to start by making arrangements to fly in to either Sea-Tac International Airport, just a hop, skip and a jump from the Cascade Loop, or fly into a regional airport serving the communities located along the byway corridor. 

Cars & Rentals

Whether you're driving your own car or renting one for the trip, there are a few things you'll want to note to truly have a worry and hassle-free experience. 

Driving Distance

Grab some at-a-glance timing info as you're planning your itinerary.

Electric Vehicle Travel

The Cascade Loop is fully electrified, making your trip via electric car seamless.

RV

RVing can be a great way to experience the Cascade Loop. Fresh air and views are abundant in the many campgrounds along your journey. How much you ‘rough it’ is directly dependent upon how much planning and prepping you do, so take control early on.