interest, trails and campgrounds
on the Mountain Loop
Camp Silverton-Waldheim Project
For those of you who attended Camp Silverton-Waldheim
on the Mt. Loop and for those who will attend in the future!
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" WALKEE TALKEE TIMES "
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"... in the loop ..."
Enjoy this issue featured article from AAA Washington & John Philip King's Auto Tour of the Mountain Loop Highway
Currently there are over 250,000 outdoor enthusiasts that visit the local region in Snohomish County of Washington called the Mountain Loop. Over the years this area has been visited by dignitaries, campers, hikers, skiers, history buffs and geo cache seekers. The Mountain Loop Tourism Bureau is dedicated to promoting this region.
We have a rich history rooted in the silver and gold ore of Monte Cristo with beauty and nature, surrounded by glaciers and ice caves of historical Big Four Resort. We are forming partnerships in each of the gateway cities of the Mountain Loop ~ Arlington, Darrington and Granite Falls, the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau and are looking forward to working with District Ranger, Peter Forbes and the support of the Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forestry Department. By promoting our local resources and historical relevance to the region from a grass roots effort of collaboration we intend on increasing that number with lodging, tours and other activities significantly.
Join us as we continue the promotional efforts providing awareness and new opportunities to experience for tourists, local community members, organizations, merchants and anyone wanting to connect with this awe inspiring region. Our headquarters are located at Paca Pride Guest Ranch located at 28311 Mountain Loop Highway. Program materials and information about the trails and history of the Mountain Loop are available both at Paca Pride and our Tourism Information Center locations for your convenience. Become a supporter of MLTB and be a part of this exciting grass roots effort to promote the areas unique attractions and offerings as a destination for exploration & enjoyment within Snohomish County.