- Conquer two national forests in one drive on the Stevens Pass Greenway
- Bring your skis or snowboard to escape on some of the freshest powder in the area
- Keep your eyes open for waterfalls along the drive
Why should I drive the Stevens Pass Greenway?
The Stevens Pass Greenway scenic drive is part of the Cascade Loop and will take you through two national forests, some of the best skiing areas in central Washington, and many historic towns.
Where does the Stevens Pass Greenway begin and end?
Stevens Pass Washington Greenway begins in Monroe and ends in Peshastin and travels through both Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
How long does the Stevens Pass Greenway take to drive?
This 89-mile drive will take you about two and a half hours to drive.