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Stonehenge Maryhill Loops

This 10 mile side trip loops out to the remarkable historic roadway and memorial.

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The 3.6 mile-long historic Loops Road was the first paved road in Pacific Northwest and was constructed of seven types of experimental road material. The road meanders through the Klickitat Hills just north of the Stonehenge Monument near the junction of US 97 and SR 14; it is open to bicyclists and pedestrians.   Built in 1913 by Samuel Hill, founder of both the nearby Maryhill Museum of Art and...

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On a windswept promontory at the brink of the Columbia River, is Stonehenge, modelled after the celebrated ruins in Wiltshire, England. It consists of a circular group of concrete slabs supported on pillars, which enclose five immense arches and a single horizontal slab. A blonze plaque, inlaid in this slab, dedicates the monument to the “Memory of the soldiers and sailors of Klickitat County who gave their lives in defense...

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