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Maryhill Loops

August 19 - August 20

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Have you ever dreamed of owning your own private road?  Would it be something that climbs uphill with more twists and turns than you can count?  If that is your dream, the BMW Oregon CCA has made it come true.  Each year we rent the private Maryhill Loops Road for the exclusive use of our Club participants.

The road stretches 2 miles climbing 850 feet with 25 turns along the way.  The event will be limited to 25 participants per day, and drivers will be staggered so that they can experience all the enjoyment of this road for themselves.  This event is one of a kind and sells out almost every year.

This year we will be offering a limited number of discounted registrations to members that sign up to work as a volunteer on their non-driving day.  This event couldn’t happen without volunteers and we want to reward them for this year’s event.

The Big Question every year is when will registration open? June 26 is the day you can get your golden ticket – watch the website for the registration link to go live on the event page. Please note, due to limited space availability, this event is for current, active BMW CCA members only! If you’re not a member and wish to attend, join at https://www.bmwcca.org/

Check out the video from our 2016 event under the Videos tab on our website or http://bmworegoncca.com/2016/11/have-you-been-to- maryhill-loops/

Thanks to our coordinators, Trayson and Cindy Harmon, and to all the volunteers it takes to produce this great event.  If you have any questions about the event, please email treasurer@bmworegoncca.com

Details

Start:
August 19
End:
August 20
Cost:
$75
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Website:
http://msreg.com/MaryhillLoops2017

Organizer

Trayson Harmon
Email:
trayson@bmworegoncca.com

Venue

Maryhill Loops Road
Maryhill Loops Road
Goldendale, WA 98620 United States
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Website:
maryhillmuseum.org/visit/historic-maryhill-loops-road

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