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Here's directions how to get to all the Northwest Cup Race sites...
Directionsto Bull Run:
Take Hwy I-84 east from Portland through Troutdale over the Sandy River and exit #18. Turn left and go up the Sandy River, through Springdale (3-5 miles). As you are leaving Springdale keep to the right onto Hurlburt Rd (there is a sign there for the Bull Run). Stay on Hurlburt Rd for about 4 miles then at a flashing light make a right onto Gordon Creek Rd. Take Gordon Creek Rd down a steep hill to the Sandy River, then uphill (past Trout Creek Road, veer right there) staying on Gordon Creek Road for about 2 miles then the road becomes SE Bull Run Rd and continues on for another 2-3 miles before crossing the Bull Run river on a metal bridge (about 6-8 miles from the flashing light), then turn immediately right into the Bull Run power plant.
Directions to Clackamas Downriver Races:
near Sandy, Oregon HERE.
Directions to Salmon la Sac:
near Roslyn, WA
Navigate I-90 east of Seattle and exit at Roslyn. Drive through town (the whole place is a speed trap and stays a speed trap until you get to the campground: Beware!) to the end of the road, and there you are at both the race site and campground.
Directions to Cedar River:
Race site is on the Landsburg Rd SE & Cedar River Pipeline Rd, Hobart, King, Washington 98051.
Take Interstate 90 E/Bellevue/Spokane east. In Issaquah, take exit 17 for Front St toward East Lake Sammamish Parkway SE.
Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Front Street and merge onto Front St N. Continue onto Issaquah-Hobart Road SE.
Continue onto 276th Ave SE, then continue onto Landsburg Rd SE.
Park in the large parking area on your right [west] just before crossing the Cedar River.
this page updated on: Wednesday March 13, 2013 09:28 AM -0800