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Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

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  Designation:
  Washington State Scenic Byway


  • 350 Miles
  • Between Olympia and the Megler Astoria Bridge on the Oregon border South of Chinook
  • On US Highway 101 around the Olympic Peninsula and down the Pacific Coast

About This Byway

Washington's longest byways encompasses the glacially sculpted peaks and immense forests of the Olympic Peninsula. The byway showcases diverse geography from sea stacks along the wild ocean beaches, to lush estuaries. Travelers are drawn to the old-growth forests, and unique plants and wildlife of Olympic National Park, the living tribal cultures or the lifestyle of contemporary forestry and fishing communities. 

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Connected Scenic Byways

Historic Markers On Byway

Conditions on the Road

Traffic
Traffic Conditions for the Olympic Peninsula
WSDOT Traffic Cameras

Weather
Current Weather for the Olympic Peninsula
Weather Forecast for Washington State

Mountain Passes
None on this Route

Towns and Points of Interest on the Byway

  • Olympia
  • Shelton
  • Potlatch
  • Hoodsport
  • Lilliwaup
  • Hamma Hamma
  • Eldon
  • Triton
  • Duckabush
  • Brinnon
  • Quilcene
  • Discovery Bay
  • Gardiner
  • Blyn
  • Sequim
  • Port Angeles
  • Elwha
  • Fairholm
  • Sappho
  • Forks
  • Klaloch
  • Queets
  • Amanda Park
  • Neilton
  • Humptulips
  • Hoquiam
  • Aberdeen
  • Artic
  • Raymond
  • South Bend
  • Bruceport
  • Nemah
  • Long Beach
  • Ilwaco
  • Chinook