Tronsen Ridge Professional Review and Guide
"Start high, stay high, and enjoy the endless bounty of the wild country between the Cascade Crest and the dry, open deserts of eastern Washington. Tronsen Ridge provides a little of both worlds. Long, dry ridges topped with open meadows and wildflower fields resemble the desert gardens of the Yakima Plateau, but dense stands of fir and ponderosa pine offer up the flavor of the mountains, with pine-scented valleys and cool woodland slopes.
The glorious meadows and forests atop the long ridge are wonderful playgrounds for dogs and people, but the people will also enjoy the outstanding views from the high knobs of the route. At various points, Tronsen Ridge grants peeks out to Mount Adams, Mount Rainier, Mount Stuart, and countless other lesser peaks in the eastern Cascades."