- Embark on the Entiat River Road scenic drive during Spring or Fall for the best colors and views
- Stop by the little towns that are scattered along the drive for a feeling of small town America and fresh fruit
- If you are looking to get out and exercise, ditch the car and challenge yourself to conquer the 100 miles on your bicycle
Why should I drive the Entiat River Road?
The Entiat River Road is a nice drive to take because it is not heavily traveled and provides you with that winding, mountain road that we all crave during the fall and spring. Please watch for bicyclists as it is a popular cycling road.
Where does the Entiat River Road begin and end?
Traveling 100 miles from Walla Walla to Wenatchee, the Entiat River Road Washington will take you through some of Washington’s cutest small towns. Or you can choose a smaller 60 mile section of the highway that travels from Entiat to Silver Falls Campground for slightly more manageable drive.
How long does the Entiat River Road take to drive?
Conditions permitting, driving the Entiat River Road WA will take approximately an hour and forty-five minutes to explore the full 100 miles.