Take a Ride on Washington's Ultimate Road Trip

Hope in your car or on you motorcycle, hit the road and discover the beautiful wide open spaces of Washington State. Enjoy motorcycle rides through the Cascade Mountains with spectacular scenery, picturesque roads and scenic byways. Get your trip off to a great start with a restful night at Best Western Plus Peppertree in Omak, Washington. Enjoy spacious rooms, designated covered bike parking, an indoor pool and spa, and a complementary breakfast. Plus, we offer the Best Western Ride Rewards Program, specifically designed for motorcycle riders with a 15% discount on accommodations. Wherever the road takes you, we're here to make you feel at home. 

Call the hotel directly at (509) 422-2088 and mention code word: "Cascade Loop" to book this offer today!


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Methow Valley

Methow Valley is home to a thriving local arts scene and an eclectic mix of Wild West building facades, sidewalk cafes, and curio shops. From spotting bald eagles and osprey at the famous Twisp River Recreation Area to a free tour of the North Cascades Smokejumper Base, there is lots to do. Activities include hiking, biking, fishing, river rafting, horseback riding, dining, shopping, live music and more.

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Lake Chelan Valley

Washington state’s 11th American Viticultural Area, the Lake Chelan Wine Valley, boasts 275 acres of vineyards and 35 wineries and tasting rooms along the lake that provide year-round wine tasting experiences and events. Set in a breathtaking glacier-carved valley surrounded by wooded hills, the scenic lake is a popular spot for water sports and beachfront family fun.

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Wenatchee/Columbia River

Historically known as the Apple Capital of the World, the Wenatchee Valley grows a variety of fresh produce and tasty grapes too. Follow the Wenatchee River as it winds its way through an orchard-lined Sleepy Hollow, explore an impressive collection of outdoor public art at Art on the Avenues, take in the amazing alpine flora of Ohme Gardens, and indulge in Lisa Bee’s famous baked goods.

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Leavenworth and Cascade Foothills

Reminiscent of a scenic alpine village, The Today Show and Condé Nast Traveler endorse Leavenworth as a top destination for fall foliage, yodeling, schnitzel, and the world’s largest nutcracker collection! The nearby Cascade Foothills are popular for mountain biking, hiking through the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, and floating along the Wenatchee River as well as rock climbing, ice climbing, and bouldering.

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Seattle Northcountry

A national scenic byway in its own right, the Stevens Pass Greenway features plentiful electric vehicle charging stations, monumental hikes, and jaw-dropping views. The series of small historic mountain towns are Sultan, Startup, Gold Bar, Index and Skykomish. Essential stops include Wallace Falls State Park, and the Espresso Chalet, where scenes from "Harry and the Hendersons" were filmed.

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Stevens Pass Greenway

Start your journey in Mukilteo, where waterfront dining, a lighthouse, and five unique aviation attractions offer plenty to do. Next, head to Everett, home to the second-largest marina on the West Coast and one of the nation’s best children’s museums. Then wrap up your time in the region at Snohomish, the "Antique Capital of the Northwest" listed on both the State and National Registries of Historic Places.

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Whidbey Scenic Isle Way

Instagram-worth photo ops abound in Whidbey Scenic Isle Way, beginning with the jaw-dropping Deception Pass Bridge. Explore the PBY Naval Museum in the patriotic community of Oak Harbor, marvel at the 100+ buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Coupeville, and visit The Admiralty Head Lighthouse at Fort Casey State Park, a photographer’s favorite at sunset!

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Skagit Valley & Fidalgo Island

Marvel at colorful blooming fields during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in April, celebrate Burlington’s local berry harvest in June, catch logging and chainsaw carving contests, a rodeo, bluegrass jubilee and fireworks at Sedro-Woolley’s Loggerrodeo in July during Independence week, and cap off your summer on Fidalgo Island with the Anacortes Arts Festival in August.

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North Cascades

Home to North Cascades National Park, this region is surrounded by valleys, waterfalls, more than 300 glaciers, and several peaks that rise well above 9,000 feet in elevation. Camping trips and day hikes to glacier-fed lakes, wildlife watching, and salmon and trout fishing are popular summer activities here, while snowmobiling and skiing reign supreme in the wintertime.