Cascade Crest Travel Information
There are limited accommodations in Easton. Camping is available at Lake Easton State Park and at a number of primitive Forest Service campsites close to town.
Runners looking for a warm bed typically stay at Snoqualmie Pass (near the Hyak aid station) or in the small town of Cle Elum about 10 miles down the road from Easton. The hotel at Snoqualmie Pass recently changed ownership so we don't have any current information on it.
Seattle is only 70 miles from Easton and with the civilized 10 AM start it is very feasible to stay in the Seattle area and get out to the race start in plenty of time. For those flying in for the race, Seattle-Tacoma Airport (SEA) is just south of downtown Seattle and about 75 miles from the race start in Easton.
To share a ride to the start, post a message to
The Cascade Crest 100 Facebook Group
There are a lot of people flying into Seattle for the race and heading over to Easton on race week.