How to get to Mazama.....

 

Mazama is located at the base of the sunny, eastern slope of the North Cascades. Mazama Ranch House is located in the heart of Mazama at the main intersection.

Mazama Ranch House
10 Country Road
Mazama, WA 98833
509.996.2040
info@mazamaranchhouse.com


From Seattle in the late spring to late fall, our recommended route is driving north on I-5 to Burlington, then go east on Highway 20 (also known as the “North Cascades Highway”) to Mazama. Click here for the DOT Pass Report to confirm that the North Cascades Highway is open.

From Seattle in the winter drive either Highway 2 over Stevens Pass, or I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass and then US 97 north over Blewett Pass, to Wenatchee. From Wenatchee, head north on Highway 97 up the Columbia River to Pateros and then turn up the Methow River on Highway 153, which intersects with Highway 20 at Twisp. Continue west on Highway 20. Mazama is 15 miles west of Winthrop on Highway 20.

From Spokane, go west on Highway 2 to Wilbur, then head to Pateros via Grand Coulee. At Pateros drive up the Methow River on Highway 153, which intersects with Highway 20 at Twisp. Continue west on Highway 20. Mazama is 15 miles west of Winthrop on Highway 20.