January 31, 2018 / Mitch Wiewel / OnTrak Magazine|OnTrak Magazine

Remote Resorts of the Pacific Northwest: Ross Lake Resort

Along the edge of Ross Lake in the North Cascade National Park lies a string of buoyant little cabins. Floating peacefully on still water, there is no road access to this ephemeral resort, surrounded by vistas, old growth timber and waterfalls. The directions to reach this remote resort include: "Hike the trail and find the telephone booth that has our number, call us and we will tell you to wait on the dock where the Diablo Lake Ferry will pick you up. You will arrive at a landing, a flatbed truck will pick you up and bring you to the resort." You were looking for remote, right? Read the full feature here.   

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