It’s time for a road trip! Travel Route 97 and discover what’s around the next corner, behind that mountain, or where the river valley leads. Let your curiosity fuel you as you journey through the Interior Cascades region of Route 97. Come and explore this culturally and geographically diverse land filled with year round adventures.
Route 97 is North America’s longest continuous north-south highway. It extends from Weed, CA to Mile Zero of the Alaska Hwy, at Dawson Creek, BC. The Interior Cascades region stretches from the Cascade foothills of the Wenatchee National Forest through Washington’s Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan Counties. Then it crosses the Canadian border into British Columbia’s Thompson Okanagan Region, and onward to Alaska.