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Mountain Loop Scenic Byway

The Mountain Loop Scenic Byway is a 52-mile Washington State scenic byway. It leads motorists, bicyclists, campers, and hikers through the Stillaguamish and Sauk River Valleys and deep into the North Cascades. Along the route, you’ll find innumerable trailheads, camping spots, photogenic overlooks, and even fire lookouts and ghost towns. Pro tip: stop in the towns of Arlington, Darrington or Granite Falls for all your Mountain Loop supplies!

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Arlington is steeped in logging history

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