NW Washington Monthly Campout: February Edition!
February's installment of the NW Washington Meetup will be at Kulshan Campground near Baker Lake. This is north of Concrete, WA along the N Cascades Hwy (Hwy 20).
Friday, February 21, 202006:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)18:00 Hrs GMT -8:00
Sunday, February 23, 202006:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)18:00 Hrs GMT -8:00
- OVERLAND BOUND REGION
- EVENT TYPE
1 VERY EASY
- Dirt Road
- CB 16
- Other FRS Ch. 7
Rally Point Notes:
Hey NW Overland Bound Folks!
This months installment of the monthly meetup will be at the Kulshan Campground along Baker Lake Rd. Kulshan Campground is a free first come first serve campground owned by PSE (Puget Sound Energy). I know it's not remote, but I think it will be fun nevertheless!
A couple of special details to read carefully:
-This campground is at the foothills of Mt. Baker and the beautiful Cascades. I've got several spots that will be perfect for a Saturday drive! My plan is to wake up Saturday and take a drive around the Cascades (group decision). Anyone can come, but you do not have to. Leave at 11 or 12? A couple places to consider are Baker Hot Springs, Dock Butte, Blue Lake, Elbow Lake, and much more!
-There WILL be SNOW. Please pack/prep accordingly.
-Please bring some firewood for a group fire.
-I will have to leave early Sunday morning or Saturday evening due to some pre-planned engagements on Sunday. Feel free to stick around!
-I'll try to be there earlier, but I'll probably be behind some of y'all. Look for the green 2oo1 Range Rover with the OB flag. Don't be shy and come and introduce yourself! I cannot wait to meet you all.
Flying fuzzMember# 11089
Jeff LloydMember# 17412
- Start Point: E Main St, Concrete, WA 98237, USA GPS Coordinates: 48.65515, -121.6916 Notes: Look for the green 2001 Range Rover with the OB flag!
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