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Cascade Trail


 The trail parallels State Route 20. The surface is crushed rock and there is adequate parking for vehicles and horse trailers at Fruitdale Road, SR 20 and Challenger Crossing. The trail is open year round and Port-a-potties are located at the trailheads. Take time to sit and enjoy the Skagit River from one of the ten benches on the trail. The benches were provided by the Boy Scouts of America "Eagle Scout" program. Address: 24700 SR 20, Sedro Woolley. Day use only. Pack it in, pack it out.
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Location: Skagit County
City(s): Concrete, Sedro-Woolley, Lyman, Birdsview, WA
Length: 22.5 miles.  

Popularity:
 Unknown
Elevation: Relatively flat
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Facilities Trail Condition  
Drinking Water:  No
Restrooms:  Yes
Benches:  Yes
Picnic Tables:  No
Surface Type:  Unpaved
Surface Quality: 
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Ratings:

0 = none/ the worst
5 = average
10 = excellent


Website: http://www.skagitparksfoundation.org/cascadetrail.htm
Maps:
Cascade Trail Map
Newspaper article w/ map
Expansions:
1. A grant is being sought to acquire about 2 acres of Burlington Northern Sante Fe railroad right-of-way for an urban trail inside the city limits of Sedro-Woolley. The trail will connect with Burlington's Highway 20 trail on the west with Skagit County's Cascade Trail on the east. The downtown Sedro-Woolley portion is the only privately held piece of an otherwise 25-mile, multi-use trail that parallels State Highway 20 and extends from downtown Burlington, near Interstate 5, through Sedro-Woolley, Lyman, Hamilton, and rural Skagit County, to the town of Concrete.
 

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