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WA-20

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The North Cascades Scenic Byway

US Highway-2 portion

 

The North cascade Loop Scenic Byway loops through the north Cascade Mountain beginning in Burlington, WA on highways; WA-20, WA-153, US-97, US-97A, and US-2 going over  two different passes in the Cascade Range and visiting the cities of Wenatchee, Cashmere, and Leavenworth to name just a couple in eastern Washington before returning to Interstate-5 in Everett, WA. 

For more information visit our North Cascades Loop page.

 

 

 

If you are traveling westbound from Wenatchee, go to the bottom of this page and work up.

 

Mile Post 0

 

Interstate-5 Exit 194 – Everett, WA

This is the southern entrance to the Cascade Loop Scenic Byway

 

MP 2

 

Cavalero Corner / Jct with WA-204  north to Lake Stevens

MP 3

Snohomish, WA / Bickford Ave.

 

MP 5

Junction with WA-9   North to Lake Stevens and Arlington, WA. 

                                       South to Woodinville, WA.

 

MP 8

Snohomish, WA / 92nd Street

 

MP 14

Monroe, WA / WA-522 south to Bothell

 

MP 14.6

Monroe / Lewis Street / WA-203 south to Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie and Interstate-90

 

MP 15

Monroe / Main Street

 

MP 22

Sultan, WA

 

MP 25

Startup, WA

 

MP 27

Gold Bar, WA

 

MP 35

Index-Galena Road

The Village of Index is 1 mi. East

 

MP 41

 

Baring

MP 48

 

Skykomish, WA

This historic railroad town currently has a population of around 250.  It is a popular stop for winter skiers.  You will find a historic hotel, a motel, a gas station, and the National Forest has an office here.

 

Skykomish Ranger Station

74920 NE Stevens Pass Highway

PO Box 305

Skykomish, WA 98288

360-677-2414

http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/mbs/about/srd.shtml

 

MP 58

 

Scenic, WA

MP 64

 

Stevens Pass   4,061 feet above sea level  Pass open year round.

Stevens Pass Snow Skiing area.

 

From here not only does your trip head down hill, you also enter the warmer weather of Eastern Washington in the spring, summer, and fall seasons.  In winter Eastern Washington tends to be colder than Western Washington.

 

Mountain Pass Reports – State of Washington website

http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/passes/

 

 

MP 68

 

Devided Highway begins – highway divided for 2 miles then returns to 2 lane.

MP 77

 

Berne

MP 78

 

Merritt

MP 81

Nason Creek

 

MP 84

Coles Corner / Junction with WA-207

                           WA-207 goes north to Lake Wenatchee

 

MP 85

Winton

 

MP 89

 

Chiwaukum

MP 99

Leavenworth – Washington’s Alpine Bavarian Village

Visit our Leavenworth page.

 

MP 104

 

Junction with US-97 south to Ellensburg

MP 107

 

Dryden

MP 110

 

Cashmere / N. Division Street / Downtown

Visit our Cashmere page.

Exit here to visit the Applets & Cottlets factory of Liberty Orchards.

 

MP 111

 

Cashmere / Cottage Avenue

 

Exit here to visit their wonderful museum and pioneer village

 

MP 118

 

Exit to Wenatchee AvenueCity of Wenatchee

                                                    Main Entrance to Wenatchee

 

MP 120

 

Junction with US-97A north up the west bank of the Columbia River

US-97A

Exit here to continue on the North Cascades Scenic Byway Loop if you want to go up the west bank of the Columbia River.

 

MP 120.25

Bridge over the Columbia River

 

MP 122

 

Junction with US-97 north up the east bank of the Columbia River

MP 127

 

City of East Wenatchee

The City of East Wenatchee is a separate city in a separate county from the city of Wenatchee.  The two are separated by the Columbia River which is also the county line.

 

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