Morton is located along the nationally recognized White Pass Scenic Byway. Noted as “The Playground of Volcano Country, this 124-mile corridor US Highway 12, passes through small communities, resource lands, river valleys, foothills and alpine county. For many visitors, from within the region or around the world, the byway is a route for exploring Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens and Mt Adams.
For those in the know - either canny locals or niche recreationists from around the country - there are amazing recreational opportunities all along the byway, in every season, from hiking and horseback riding to skiing and white-water rafting. The region surrounding the byway includes privately-owned residential, agricultural, commercial and forest land properties, as well as state parks, wildlife areas, power projects with associated recreation lands, the Gifford Pinchot and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests and Mount Rainier National Park, Mt. St. Helens National Monument and Mount Adams Wilderness Area.
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