The ride you're planning will be gorgeous. These are wonderful areas to tour in. Traffic, however, could be a problem on weekends. Have fun!
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Hey all. I'm wondering if anyone has any advice on touring from the west coast, Seattle specifically, in early May. Is it too early to brave the mountain passes? We've had record snowfall this year to top it off. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I live in the middle of the Cascades on Snoqualmie Pass in Washington. I have had great bike rides on both Snoqualmie and Stevens Passes in May. However, if you hit the wrong day, you could be in rain, snow, etc. So anything's possibe from beautiful spring weather to a gnarly late-winter storm. Good luck!