Quail Run Room
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Directions to Washington
GETTING TO WASHINGTON STATE:
The state is located in the extreme Northwest corner of the continguous United States. It is bordered by Oregon to the South, Idaho to the East and the Canadian Province of British Columbia to the North. The Western side of the state is bordered by the Pacific Ocean.
DRIVING: All areas of the state can be reached by major Interstates or good state roads. Running North-South through the Western part of the state is Interstate Five which comes from Oregon and continutes up to British Columbia where it becomes Canadian Highway 99. Another North-South Route is Interstate 82 from Hermiston Oregon, up through the tri-cities of Pasco, Richland and Kennewick. It continues North through Yakima eventually becoming highway 97 and crossing Wenatchee, Chelan and the Okanogan Valley before reaching Canada.
Interstate Ninety runs East-West in the almost center of the state coming from Idaho, through Spokane in Eastern Washington and terminating in Seattle to the West. Other East-West highways are Highway 12 in the Southern part of the state and Highway 2 in the northern part.
FLYING: There are major international airports in Seattle Tacoma area (Western Washington) and Spokane in Eastern Washington. Access to the state is also easy from Portland International in Portland Oregon, just across the river from Vancouver Washington (not Vancouver BC) in the Southern part of the state and from Vancouver BC just across the border from Blaine and Bellingham Washington in the Northern region of the state. There are also jet serviced airports in Wenatchee, Yakima and the Tri-Cities.
RAIL: Amtrak provides passenger rail service North-South through Seattle Tacoma and East West through Spokane to Seattle.
Directions to Mount Rainier
Mount Rainier National Park is located in west central Washington about 48 miles southeast of Tacoma, WA. The park is approximately a one to two hour drive from Seattle, Tacoma and Yakima, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Access to Mt. Rainier National Park is found through four main park entrances:
Northwest Entrance at Carbon River
Northeast Entrance at Sunrise/White River
Southwest Entrance at Nisqually River
Southeast Entrance at Ohanapecosh
Other park roads are open only during the summer months.
For detailed directions to your property please see below
Directions to this property
From Seattle (Year Round Directions)
Take I-5 S. for 24.4 mi
Merge onto WA-18 E via EXIT 142A toward AUBURN. For 4.4 mi
Take the WA-164 E exit toward ENUMCLAW / MUCKLESHOOT RESERVATION.
Turn LEFT onto AUBURN WAY S / WA-164. Continue to follow WA-164. for 14.7 mi
Turn LEFT onto ROOSEVELT AVE E / WA-410. Continue to follow WA-410. for 17.1 mi
WA-410 becomes SE ENUMCLAW CHINOOK PASS HWY.
SE ENUMCLAW CHINOOK PASS HWY becomes WA-410 (Portions may be closed seasonally). Go 23.0 mi
WA-410 becomes WA-123 (Portions may be closed seasonally). continue 16.3 mi
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto US-12.go fo 3.6 mi
Timberline Chateau (13807 US HIGHWAY 12) is on the RIGHT.
From Seattle - In Summer you can take an alternte route through Enumclae, Greenwater and over Cayuse Pass. This route is NOT OPEN IN WINTER.