Nestled amongst the foothills above the Columbia River in Southwestern Washington, the Maryhill Museum of Art has a little-known secret on it’s property: the Maryhill Loops Road. Owned by the Maryhill Museum of Art, the Maryhill Loops Road was the first macadam asphalt-paved road in the Pacific Northwest. In 2.8 paved miles the road ascends 850 feet via a series of 25 turns, 8 of which are hairpins. Generally the road is only open to pedestrians and bicyclists but on Saturday, September 10th, Audi Club Northwest has private use of this road for a tour.
On Friday September 13th we’ll all get together for a no-host, optional group dinner at 7:00 pm at Ayutla Mexican Restaurant (next door to the event hotel in Goldendale).
On Saturday we will tour the Maryhill Loops Road beginning with a drivers meeting at 8:30 am. On Saturday evening we will gather on the Maryhill Winery terrace for wine tasting and a catered dinner. This is an ideal way to relax and visit after a good day of fun driving!
For the latest event registration information, set up an account on www.motorsportreg.com and in your Account profile, add “Audi Club NA – Northwest Chapter” to your Club Membership section. Additionally, to get event info be sure to join the Audi Club NW Page on Facebook.