Join us for the Methow Valley Overlanding Adventure Weekend (Sept. 16 to 18th)
Join fellow Porsche enthusiasts and adventurers in the beautiful Methow Valley in North-Central Washington for a weekend of exploring the valley and mountains in your Porsche SUV or lifted Porsche (Safari) sports car. We will be driving primarily on gravel/dirt roads and forest service roads during our excursions in the local area. Roads will not be technical or abusive to your vehicle, but you will encounter dirt, dust, and rocks. Roads and trails are well within the capabilities of any stock Porsche SUV. You just need to be willing to get your rig a little dirty. We will be spending Friday and Saturday nights at Rolling Huts in a natural, park-like setting along the Methow River
Rolling Huts: 18381 State Rte. 20, Winthrop, WA 98862
We have blocked 6 of the Rolling Huts and 6 of the canvas Safari Tents for the weekend. Please see complete details of accommodations and amenities at the Rolling Huts website to ensure a comfortable weekend.
See full details on MSR when registering.
Plan on a scenic group drive over the North Cascades Highway on Friday (or join us Friday evening at the Rolling Huts base camp). On Saturday and Sunday plan to travel some great forest service roads during the day. There will be plenty of time for sitting around the base camp swapping stories, campfires, picnicking, hiking and whatever else floats your boat. More specific details and schedule will be made available as we get closer.
Off-roading portion will occur on Saturday and Sunday. Watch for full details on MSR and in the emails to registrants prior to the tour.
Directions to starting point:
Take I-5 N to exit 208. right turn onto Hwy 530, right turn onto 211th Place NE, left onto 67th AveNE, which becomes West Ave, right onto w 3rd St, take first right and follow to North side of park.
114 N Olympic Ave
Arlington, WA 98223
Parking lot on North Side of Park
Closes: 9/1/2022 (to guarantee lodging at host facility lodging must be reserved prior to 7/1/2022)
Please contact Martin Wild. Email: Diratlarge1@pnwr.org or (425) 299-3335.