Getting There

Driving From Seattle

Via Snoqualmie/Blewett –3 hours average/173 miles: From I-5, take I-90 east. Take 2nd exit (Cle Elum to Wenatchee). Head north on Hwy 97 to Hwy 2 east. Off of Hwy 2, take the exit for East Wenatchee/Spokane. Take Lake Chelan exit onto 97Alt.

Via Steven Pass–3 hours average/166 miles: From Everett, head east on Hwy 2. Take East Wenatchee/Spokane exit. Take exit for Lake Chelan on 97Alt.

Driving From Spokane:

Via McNeil Canyon — 2.5 hours average/153 miles. Take Hwy 2 west to Coulee City. Continue west to Hwy 17. Drive North on Hwy 17 to Hwy 172. Drive through Mansfield. Following signs to Lake Chelan, continue to McNeil Canyon/Beebe Bridge Park. Taking a right on Hwy 97, cross Beebe Bridge. Take an immediate left after crossing the Columbia River over the Beebe Bridge. Hwy 150 becomes Woodin Avenue in downtown Chelan.

Via Pine Canyon — 3 hours average/173 miles : On Hwy 2, head west to Hwy 97. Continue North on Hwy 97, then take an immediate left after crossing the Columbia River over Beebe Bridge. Hwy 150 becomes Woodin Avenue into downtown Chelan.

Driving the North Cascades Highway

Average 4.5 hours/191 miles: From Burlington, take exit for Hwy 20 off of -5. Continue east on Hwy 20 to Winthrop. Head south on Hwy 153. Continue south on Hwy 97. Take Chelan exit, onto Highway 97Alt. Approx. 191 miles. This highway is open spring through fall, closed during the winter: pass report number 1-800-695-7623

Driving From Portland, OR

Via Highway 97 — 5.5 hours average/320 miles. Head north on I-5. Take Hwy 14 heading east. Continue north on Hwy 97. Off of Hwy 2, take exit for East Wenatchee/Spokane. Take exit for Lake Chelan on 97Alt.

ALL RIDERS MUST WEAR AN ANSI OR SNELL APPROVED BICYCLE HELMET AND OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS