Sedro-Woolly is located at the gateway of the North Cascades, SR20 and SR9, a principal senic byway that parallels I-5 but offers a more pastoral drive. Both highways are loved by bicyclists, motorcyclists, folks in convertibles and anyone who enjoys a ride in the country.
That is just the beginning of what Sedro-Woolly is all about. Throughout the historic downtown area you will find murals, wood carvings, a museum, great restaurants nestled in with shops featuring outdoor clothing and gear so you can get fully outfitted for your outdoor esperience. The North Cascade National Park and the Mount Baker Ranger Station are located here and backcountry information and permits are available. Home to the Wildcat Steelhead Club, Sedro-Woolly is a hub for sports fishermen.