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Map of the Cascade Trail

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Cascade Trail

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Cascade Trail

LENGTH:

22.5 miles

SURFACE:

compacted crushed rock

COMMUNITIES:

Sedro-Woolley, Lyman, Hamilton, Concrete

HIGHLIGHTS:

rail trail, rural communities, farmland, views of the Skagit River, evergreen forests

RELATED LINKS:

Bellingham

Regional Trails

The Cascade Trail is a 22.5-mile long unpaved pathway located between the communities of Sedro-Woolley and Concrete in Northwestern Washington. The trails was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of way and for much of the way roughly follows State Route 20. This area is located just north of the Skagit River. There are views of the beautiful Skagit River Valley and the meandering Skagit River, rural communities, evergreen forests and wetlands.

The trail stretches from Downtown Sedro-Woolley to where the Baker River and the Skagit River meet in the small community of Concrete.

Conditions

The Cascade Trail is has a surface of crushed rock. The trail sometimes crosses from one side of the roadway to the other and has a number of road crossings. The Cascade Trail is open for bike riding, running, walking and horseback riding.

Communities

The Cascade Trail goes past the following communities: Sedro-Woolley, Lyman, Hamilton and Concrete.

Points of Interest

The Cascade Trail goes by the following points of interest:

Harry Osborne Park and Caboose
Historic Downtown Sedro-Woolley
Cascade Middle School
Northern State Recreation Area
Evergreen Elementary School
Sedro-Wooley Rodeo Grounds
End Points

The west end of the Cascade Trail is located along Metcalf Street just south of Northern Avenue in Sedro-Woolley.

The east end of the trail is located along N. Cascades Highway at S. Dillard Avenue in the community of Concrete.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Cascade Trail in Northwest Washington.

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