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Category: Leavenworth Cascade Foothills

Salmon Viewing Locations on the Loop

The following is a list of salmon viewing areas near the Cascade Loop. For a statewide list and details, visit http://wildfishconservancy.org/resources/view-wild-salmon-steelhead  Osprey Park, Sultan Osprey Park is a short drive off the highway near Sultan. It is 85 acres of wetland and…

Watchable Wildlife: Bald Eagles

Symbolized as the National bird of the United States in 1782, Bald Eagles are unique to North America and they can be found in abundance in many areas of the Cascade Loop throughout the year The size of these majestic…

Photographer’s Paradise!

The Cascade Loop Scenic Byway spans the east and west sides of Washington State?s Cascade Mountain Range, and photo opportunities along the route are varied and spectacular, covering all interests for professional photographers and snap-happy travelers alike. Spring brings blossoms…

Great Blue Heron-Pete Freund Photog

Great Blue Heron

As you are driving along the waterways of the Cascade Loop, be on the lookout for the majestic Great Blue Heron. They are regularly spotted wading in shallow water, patiently watching for small fish or frogs, their most common meals….

Deer Sighting Along the Loop

Much of the Cascade Loop travels through forests, open range land and orchards, which are abundant with all variety of wildlife. Rocky Mountain mule, Columbian black-tail and White-tailed deer are prolific in the Cascade foothills, and are regularly sighted alongside…

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