Originating in the Cascade Mountain Range, the Pilchuck is a gentle and beautiful body of water that carried travelers and commerce for hundreds if not thousands of years. Short and sweet, the Pilchuck of today traverses a range of geographies in it's short journey - it's waters see a lot in a relatively short period. The name is derived from Chinook Jargon, a pidgin trade language of Northwest native tribes - work pilpil (blood, red) and chuck (water).

Pilchuck the van rides strong with a freshly rebuilt waterboxer motor, and an easy shifting automatic transmission. As a full 'Westy,' she sleeps 4, has a built-in cook top and sink, and lots of storage. She's lovingly restored to our high standards and has everything you need for a road trip adventure. Pilchuck's 3-window tent will let you watch the stars while you sleep and she'll be a great companion on the road.