You deserve a break today. So get up and get away to this remote road in
north-central Washington. This regionís landmarks are limited to the skeletal
remains of once-booming towns like Chesaw and Molson and the grave of Ranald
McDonald. With little around but canyons and hollers, sagebrush-strewn plains
and curve-enchanted forests, you donít have to travel very far east of
Oroville to see the traffic dwindle. But the secret to this DHís success is
not just its Remoteness, or that its striking Scenery is as varied as the
Pavement quality. Itís that each segment of this patchwork of roads adds its
own great taste. Did somebody say DH11?
"I just love this whole area ... every summer
I go through Osoyoos more than once then head south to explore this road and
the other DHs nearby. Love the desert scenery, the small towns, the lack of
traffic ... simply awesome!" --Horst Unger
"This DH has some of the most beautiful scenery in central Washington. You can ride
at any pace and still enjoy everything it has to offer. It is very remote with a virtual ghost town at the eastern end. The other end is at a fairly large town just south of the Canadian border. Or you can take TE-B to a slightly smaller town."