Unit 14 of 282

Burnbank Mountain Lodge

Directions to Washington State

GETTING TO WASHINGTON STATE:

The state is located in the extreme Northwest corner of the contiguous 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 continues 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

** During Winter months, be careful of ice and/or snow on the driveway. Try to always take an AWD vehicle or use chains. Please also note the specific driveway instructions to the home! **

FROM Interstate-5:

- Take Exit 68 and head East on US-12.
- Continue for on US-12 for about 50 miles.
- Turn left onto Hwy 131 S in the town of Randle.
- Take a slight left onto Cispus Rd after crossing the Cowlitz River Bridge.
- Drive 0.3 miles down Ciprus RD and turn left at the first intersection onto Cline Rd.
- Drive 3.7 miles to the driveway which will be on your right after the "sharp bend" signs.
-Access to Burnbank Mountain Lodge at 854-A Cline Road is via a 1/4 mile private drive shared by multiple residences. The driveway steadily gains elevation from the Cline Road entrance, with a few sharp bends along the way.

At the 845A mailbox on Cline Road, locatethe lock-boxes behind the signs.

- Enter your passcode to retrieve a set of two gate keys. Keep the gate keys with you (return them to the lockbox at checkout).
- Unlock and pass through first gate, following instructions on gate and turning a sharp right and uphill just past this gate
- Drive carefully 1/4 mile along the gravel road to the second gate
- Unlock gate using second key and drive through

Driveway Directions:

Access to Burnbank Mountain Lodge at 854-A Cline Road is via a 1/4 mile private drive shared by multiple residences. The driveway steadily gains elevation from the Cline Road entrance, with a few sharp bends along the way.
Burnbank Mountain Lodge is at the uppermost end of the drive, 0.1 miles past the first home (on the right hand side). Bear left/straight at the fork. Then follow the gentle bend to the right, and travel straight up the incline, with Burnbank Mountain Lodge directly in view.

Please keep in mind the following tips:

- Look out for oncoming vehicular, and pedestrian and animal traffic.
- During severe winter weather, improved traction such as four wheel drive and/or tire chains may be necessary.
- Park your vehicle safely with room for other vehicles to pass through.
- Headlights on for safety.
- Drive slowly, especially around the bends!

1st Gate / Cline Road
-The 1st Gate on Cline Road may be locked.
-Please re-secure the gate each time passing through.
-LOCK THE PADLOCK between the CHAIN & the OTHER PADLOCK !

1st Gate Access

-There is a Key Guard mounted to post near the 854A mailbox. The Key Guard contains a key to a padlock to open the Cline Road gate for authorized access.

-There is a Key Guard mounted to tree located at the Cline Road Gate. The Key Guard contains a key to a padlock to open the Cline Road gate for authorized access.

2nd Gate / Private Drive
2nd Gate Access

-There is a Key Guard mounted to the 2nd Gate post located at the top / end of the Main Route. The Key Guard contains a key to a padlock to open the 2nd Gate for authorized access.

BML Home Access

-There is a Key Guard mounted at top along the open wall of the small carport next to the garage. The Key Guard contains a key to open the the BML home for authorized access.

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-PLEASE DO NOT Lose any Keys and
-PLEASE Re-Secure all of the Lock Boxes Properly!


To CLOSE Key Guard and Re-Secure the Property Keys:

-Enter Pass Code
-Pull Down and Hold Tab & Close Main Door Completely
-Check Main Door Is Locked
-Close Outer Door To Cover Main Door