Sightseeing on the White Pass byway

The White Pass Scenic Byway in south central Washington stretches 124 miles, beginning at Mary’s Corner (three miles east of I-5 at Exit 68) and the intersection of U.S. 12 and State Route 410 at Naches. The west portal to the byway is near Centralia and Chehalis, and the east portal is near Yakima.

The byway passes through small communities, river valleys, foothills and alpine country that are home to agricultural land, forests, state parks, the Gifford Pinchot and Okanogan-Wenatchee national forests, Mount Rainier National Park, Mt. St. Helens National Monument and Mount Adams Wilderness Area.

More information about the bypass, including things to see and do at various times of the year,

Alpine lakes with Mount Rainier as a backdrop are among the vistas along the White Pass Scenic Byway.

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