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Strait of Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway

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  Designation:
  National Scenic Byway
  Washington Scenic Byway

  • 61 Miles
  • Between Port Angeles and the Makah Indian Reservation
  • On State Route 112 along the North shore of the Olympic Peninsula

About This Byway

Lined by stark cliffs and the magnificent old-growth forests of Olympic National Park, you might spy bald eagles, migrating gray whales and uncommon seabirds like puffins and auklets on this National Scenic Byway. With friendly towns known for world-class salmon and halibut, a century old timber harvesting industry and access to the ancient culture of the Makah Indians, it's a travelers paradise.

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Conditions on the Road

Traffic
Traffic Conditions for the North Olympic Peninsula
WSDOT Traffic Cameras
WSDOT Constuction Projects on SR 112

Weather
Current Weather for the North Olympic Peninsula
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Mountain Passes
None on this Route

Towns on the Byway

  • Port Angeles
  • Elwha
  • Joyce
  • Clallam Bay
  • Sekiu