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Old 09-16-2011, 03:18 PM   #1
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any good twisty road for cruising in BC or WA??

hi guys, i hope i ask this question in the correct forum. A few of my friends and I are looking for some good places to cruise and take pictures before the weather gets crappy, prefer to be some twisty mountain road, and no high way. we have been to squamish, horeshoe bay, UBC, chuckanut drive in WA so far and we like horseshoe bay and chuckanut drive a lot. i know there are more out there, so any information is appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Old 09-16-2011, 04:15 PM   #2
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No highway?

I was about to say crows nest highway around the mountains. I love that road.
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Old 09-16-2011, 04:38 PM   #3
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I was gonna suggest Chuckanut when I first saw the subject line...

If you want some really amazing scenery, head a few hours south down I5 to Castle Rock, and turn off onto Highway 504 westbound (don't worry, it's not a divided freeway or anything). An hour or so on this very windy road headed up the mountains, and you'll end up here: Castle Rock, WA, USA to WA-504 E/Spirit Lake Hwy - Google Maps

If what you see there doesn't blow your mind, then your mind is unblowable.

As far as something closer to home, try a day trip out to Hope, up the Fraser Canyon to Lytton, take highway 12 to Lillooet, then highway 99 back down to Pemberton and then on home via Whistler and Squamish. This is a gorgeous trip through some incredible Coast Mountain scenery, and yes, some very twisty roads with a few very steep sections. It's 8-9 hours' total drive time, more if you're stopping to sight-see, so plan a full day, preferably before it gets too late in the year (so you have more daylight).
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Old 09-16-2011, 04:52 PM   #4
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HC529 and I have the best twisty route, if we ever do a meet and cruise join us.. Lots of fun..
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