Washington Map

Facebook Twitter Google+
Follow The Go Travel Sites on Facebook

  • Places To Go

    Explore travel information for Washington cities, towns, parks, regions and more.

    Coverage for every state in the United States.

    Explore neighboring countries (and soon countries throughout the world).

    Seattle

    Seaside city, Seattle, might be best known for its fresh fish market, coffee and landmark Space Needle, but this Northwestern destination also plays host to a good variety of cultural attractions all within easy reach of majestic Mount Rainier.

  • Things To Do

    Introduction to all the things to do in Washington.

    Searchable list of tour companies, guides and outfitters, rental companies and more.

    Full information on Tourist Attractions, Scenic Drives, Sightseeing Tours and easy vacation activities..

    Detailed information on active pursuits such as biking, hiking, golfing and much more.

    Museums, parks, galleries, zoos, and everything else you could want to do in Washington.

    Things To Do

    Washington has a very good selection of long-distance trails for hikers, as well as the challenging trek to the summit of Mt. Rainier to tackle.

    Learn More
  • Sleep + Eat

    Searchable listings of Washington hotels, motels, resorts, bed & breakfast, and more.

    Searchable listings of Washington RV parks and campgrounds.

    Searchable listings of Washington restaurants, bars, diners, and more.

    Lodging and Hotels

    Use our easy Lodging Search to find exactly the type of accommodation you are looking for at the right price.

    Search Now
  • Travel Planning

    Request Free Travel brochures from destinations throughout Washington.

    Travel articles related to Washington…

    Transportation companies, airports and interactive maps for Washington.

    Travel and tourism books and maps for Washington.

    Basic facts about Washington, including a guide to every city and town in Washington.

    Searchable lists of Washington tourism offices and other helpful government agencies.

    Tourism Planning

    To request Free Travel Planners, click on the image above.

    Learn More
  • Photos + Videos

    Searchable slide shows of Washington photos.

    Searchable slide shows of Washington videos.

    Photo and Video Gallery

    Browse photos and videos from across the state, take a virtual tour, search for the imagery you want to see.

    View Now
  • Map It!

Washington Scenic Drives

Byways, Backways, Historic Routes,...

Scenic drives to consider in Washington are listed below. Click on any scenic byway or backway listed below for complete information.

Search Washington Scenic Drives

scenic drive Results
View
Plot just the current page's results    Plot all   results
Loading Results
 

27 scenic drive Results

  • Four and a half hours, but allow at least three days to fully experience the byway.
  • 218.46 miles (351 km)

Palouse Scenic Byway The Palouse Scenic Byway, located in the heart of the Palouse region in southeastern Washington, combines 208 miles of rolling hills and farmland with rich history, small town charm, spectacular scenic vistas and outstanding recreational opportunities. The region also enjoys four distinct seasons, a mild climate, a variety of eating and shopping establishments and the amenities of a major university.

  • 55 minutes
  • 36 miles (57 km)

It is the most northwestern point in the contiguous states, but it is also a sacred place on the land of the Makah.

  • 1 day at a minimum; 2-4 days if leisurely savored.
  • 440 miles (708 km)

The Cascade Loop is a thrilling ride through the heart of Washington State. Visitors will see some of Washington's most beautiful countryside and interesting areas. The loop is 440 miles long, encompassing magical cityscapes and spectacular landscapes, chilly alpine lakes and rushing rivers, islands...

  • 40 min
  • 28 miles (45 km)

This route along SR-202 follows the Snoqualmie River and was once a Native American footpath between Puget Sound and Snoqualmie Pass.

  • 3 hours to drive the Byway
  • 85 miles (136 km)
  • Paved

The Chinook Scenic Byway follows glacialy fed rivers and streams flowing through wide and flowered alpine valleys, hedged by the pristine and rugged forests of Mt. Baker-Snowqualmie and Wenatchee National Forest. Mt. Raineer sits in the background for the entire drive and is mirrored closely in many...

  • 35 minutes
  • 21 miles (33 km)

Instead of facing the crowded roadways of Interstate 5, take a striking and slow paced alternative along the Chuckanut Drive. Stop in and sip a cup of tea in a small cafe as you travel through attractive farmlands and quaint towns such as Fairhaven. A side trip through the historic towns of Bay View...

  • Take 2-3 hours to drive this byway.
  • 80 miles (128 km)

This byway stretches along the Columbia River at the very bottom of Washington and is enveloped in the spectacular setting of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. If a wide variety of sites on one drive spark your interest, look no further. Columbia River Gorge Byway offers a number of thr...

  • 3.5 hours to drive this Byway.
  • 150 miles (241 km)
  • Paved

Located in one of the West's most geologically and historically intriguing landscapes, The Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway travels along diverse and varying habitats going from expansive desert scenes to a conglomeration of steep walled canyons, lakes, and pre-historic lava flows. Shaped millions of y...

  • 1 hour
  • 48 miles (77 km)

The Cranberry Coast Scenic Byway traversing Washington's southwest coast reveals a landscape rooted in human history and its relationship to the natural environment.

  • Eight to ten hours to drive entire Byway (including ferry ride and U.S.-Canadian border crossings)
  • 166 miles (267 km)

Picture yourself in a place of forested hillsides, sparkling waterfalls, and charming small towns. Snowcapped-craggy peaks glint in the morning sun as you follow a path that encircles the breathtaking Selkirk Mountains. There's no need to imagine it; you can experience it for yourself on the Inter...

:
:
:
Number in party:
:

Go-Washington.com, part of The Go Travel Sites family, is among the largest websites covering travel and vacationing in Washington. We'd love to have your business listed on our site. To request a listing, please fill out the form below and press "Submit."

Your name:
Email address:
Phone:
Business name:
Website URL:
Description of your business:
What area(s) do you do business in?:
Additional comments:

Washington Scenic Drives

Our reservation agents will happily answer your questions and provide any information that you need. Simply fill out the form below, click "Submit" and a reservation agent will be in contact with you shortly.
:
:
:
Number in party:
:

Email Page Link

Complete the form below to email this page to a friend or family member's email. You can send yourself an email as well. Your email and your recipient's email will NOT be shared with anyone. See our full Privacy Policy for details.
:
:
:
 
 
 
:
Copy Yourself on the Email Yes No
:
: