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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) Outbreak Information

Updated November 19, 2020 

The Cascade Loop is a 440-mile scenic byway that crosses through many regions of Washington State including areas with patients diagnosed with COVID-19. The safety of visitors and local residents is our highest priority. Please educate yourself with the latest information before finalizing your travel planning. 

From the Visit Seattle Travel Advisory Page:
"In response to rising cases of COVID-19 across our state and the nation, Governor Jay Inslee issued a travel advisory for Washington, recommending a 14-day quarantine for interstate and international travel and asking residents to stay close to home. Inslee joined California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown in urging visitors entering their states or returning home from travel outside these states to self-quarantine to slow the spread of the virus. 
In addition, the governor rolled out new temporary restrictions on Washington residents and businesses that will be in place until Monday, December 14. Among other things, these restrictions affect the following:

Over the course of the pandemic, Washington has been following a “Safe Start” phased reopening plan for resuming recreational, social and business activities throughout the state. Every phase requires social distancing and appropriate health precautions including the use of personal protective equipment in a number of workplaces. “Here in Washington, we know the threat of COVID is real and we take it seriously,” stated Inslee. “It is safety, and public health, that come first before anything else in this unprecedented time.”

Please note that as you travel the Loop, you will be crossing through communities and natural areas with varying levels of public access. Please research the destinations that you plan explore in advance and always, please Recreate Responsibly.

Washington State Impact 

Important Information for Travelers