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Pacific Northwest Gem

Winding two lane road along the Chuckanut bluffs looking out to the San Juan islands. Fab hikes... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
carolehanaway
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Bellingham, Washington
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A restfull journey

When going south from Seattle, get off I5 and take the scenic Chuckanut Drive. Enjoy the scenery... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Don L
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Chilliwack, Canada
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

Going south on Chuckanut is the only way to enjoy it, as the Sound is west of the road and it is not easily possible to turn into the waysides if you are driving north. There are cyclists so beware.

3  Thank Steven I
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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

Take care when navigating ...look out for bikes and gawkers....but the western view at sunset through the trees, can’t be beat ! Many pullouts on the waterside and of course, the oldest state park in WA state along the way. Built in the early nineteen hundreds for bicycles and model-T cars it’s quite narrow, and no shoulders for bikes. At the north end is charming Fairhaven and at the south end is quaint Edison.

1  Thank 541food
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Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile

Wonderful drive. Farm valleys, to lush coastal forests. Be aware: some of the cool stops in Skagit closed some days, and trails to bat caves sneak up on you, just look for other cars in turnouts.

Thank John T
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Reviewed 22 March 2018

You can't miss this road and the state park that is on it. When traveling north to Bellingham, never fail to take this scenic route.

Thank Lewis L
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

One of my favorite drives ever. There are a few pull off areas to admire the beautiful scenery. This place definitely is an embodiment of the Pacific Northwest.

Thank Shelby H
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