Road Services - Historic and Scenic Corridors Project
Old Sunset Highway Heritage Corridor (Snoqualmie Pass)
Location: Snoqualmie Pass
Length: 12.8 miles
Begins: Alpental Access Road
Ends: Interstate 90
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The Old Sunset Highway Heritage Corridor uniquely illustrates the evolution of road development in King County, re-tracing extant portions of the 1915 automobile route over Snoqualmie Pass. Partially under the jurisdiction of Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, this corridor offers a taste of early 20th century motoring in a rugged mountain environment, and provides access to multiple recreational activities. Corridor lies within Mountain-to-Sound Greenway, a National Scenic Byway.Resources:
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