Snoqualmie Pass is a mountain pass that allows travelers on Interstate 90 to make it through the Cascade Range of mountains in the state of Washington. Along with Stevens Pass and White Pass, Snoqualmie Pass is one of three east-west mountain passes in Washington State, and thousands of vehicles use it each and every day. The pass is located in the central part of Washington State about 50 miles away from the city of Seattle. Snoqualmie Pass is also the name given to a census designated place along the pass with a population of just a few hundred people and an area of 2.9 square miles.
2.Elevation of Snoqualmie Pass
3.Elevation of Snoqualmie Pass Compared to Washington
Snoqualmie Pass Elevation - Places to Visit
- Snoqualmie Pass, Photo: Seanito/stock.adobe.com
- Elevation of Snoqualmie Pass, Photo: Zachary/stock.adobe.com
- Elevation of Snoqualmie Pass Compared to Washington, Photo: Leslie C Saber/stock.adobe.com
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