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CASCADE TRAIL - Anyone been on it lately?

Old 02-07-10, 01:00 AM
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CASCADE TRAIL - Anyone been on it lately?

CASCADE TRAIL - Anyone been on it lately?


Has anyone been riding the Cascade Trail in Skagit County of late?

I was last there in August and the blackberry vines were about to join tendrils over some portions of it. Down to about 2' of open trail bed.

It's a nice ride, scenic, but I wonder if it gets much maintenance. There were a number of slides and one large washout just west of Concrete that were interesting. Wondering what I will find when I return in the Dry Season.

@@@ Arroyo Crossing on the Bellingham Interurban

My GPS suggested that the missing trestle there was about 513' and I have been looking on line for a photo of it for some time with no joy. If you have one, want to post it?
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