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The hostel at Rampart has a wood fired sauna. Just FYI.
i highly recommend heading north along the coast for a week.
In the park there are hiker-biker spots at St. Mary, Rising Sun, Avalanche, Sprague Creek and Apgar. Think they are all $5/person. Don't know about Two Medicine.
Can't comment on the handlebars but if you're wanting to raise the height of your stem, several companies make a stem riser. I bought one.
1. I am having a hard time finding information on the cost of camping along the way. If anyone who has done this portion of the route can advise me on this it would be very helpful. I am on a limited budget and would like to have an idea for planning purposes.
I guess this is where i am having some trouble when i think about where to begin on how to plan my route. In New York state, at least where i live, riding bikes on Hwy's is against the law. I dont know if it is just a Buffalo thing or New York State but i dont want to plan a route down a Hwy only to get there and find about that it is illegal.
We were pleased with the route...except for one small section that was almost our undoing, everything was a remarkably easy ride. The one section that was extremely difficult was between Woodand and Kalama. The only choices seemed to be Green Mountain Road, or I-5. At the time, I did not appreciate the climb (and lots of pushing) we did to traverse that four miles or so. Only after the fact did I wonder if we would have been allowed to ride onto I-5 and take the easy way around.
QUESTION: Does Washington State permit riding on I-5 at that point?
Would it also be necessary to make reservations for the biker campsites?
- some here on this forum said that the stretch south of Shelton isn't the most interesting.
Bicyclists pay the passenger fare so it's much cheaper than automobiles. See the WA State ferries pages for more info: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/info_desk/route-maps/