Cascades River Road work delayed

Work on the Cascades River Road, which offers access to Cascade Pass, Horseshow Basina and Sahale Arm trails and popular climbing area, will remain open until closed by weather. Work planned on the road has been delayed.

Press release from the North Cascades Park:

Originally schedule to be closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic on September 2 for much needed repairs, Cascades River Road will remain open as long as weather permits. The repair, which will consist of installing a sixty foot long concrete “box culvert” with a debris rack to prevent culvert plugging at Boston Creek crossing.

To get information on trail and road conditions within the North Cascades National Park Service Complex, please contact the Wilderness Information Center at 360-854-7245, the Golden West Visitor Center at 509-699-2080, ext. 14 or any park ranger station.

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