Section 2 of the Washington Parks Bicycle Route begins in Elma and heads east into the foothills of the Cascades through former logging communities. Mt. Rainier grows ever closer until you enter its namesake national park. Climbs are a fairly steady 5-8% until you leave the park. There are 2 more passes before descending to the Yakima River. Ellensburg is a good place to stop and replenish before the next big climb, Old Blewett Pass (4,1071'). Make time to stop and enjoy the North Cascades National Park. The route then roughly follows the Skagit River to Sedro-Woolley.
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