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Getting There

Getting There

Winthrop is located on Highway 20 (North Cascade Highway) in the north-central part of Washington State. No matter which way you enter Winthrop, the scenery is outstanding. The North Cascades Highway 20 is a national scenic byway passing right through the North Cascades National Park. This route is a very popular way to arrive and depart Winthrop when coming from the West and heading back to the West. However the North Cascades Highway is closed in the winter.

Be sure to check with the Washington State Department of Transportation on highway conditions before travelling at any time of the year*.

From Seattle:
4 scenic route options*:

  • I-90 East to CleElum
  • Hwy 970 East to Hwy 97 North
  • Hwy 2 East (& 97 North) to Wenatchee
  • Continue on Hwy 97 North to Pateros
  • Hwy 153 North to Twisp
  • Hwy 20 West to Winthrop
  • Hwy 2 East over Stevens Pass to Wenatchee
  • Hwy 97 North to Pateros
  • Hwy 153 North to Twisp
  • Hwy 20 West to Winthrop
  • I-5 North to Arlington
  • Hwy 530 through Darrington to Hwy 20
  • Hwy 20 East to Winthrop – CLOSED IN WINTER! Closed Nov. 10 until April 2018
  • I5 North to Burlington
  • Hwy 20 east to Winthrop – CLOSED IN WINTER! Closed Nov. 10 unitl April 2018

From Spokane:

  • Hwy 2 West to Wilbur
  • Hwy 174 West (Grand Coulee & Chief Joseph Dams) to Bridgeport
  • Hwy 17 North to Hwy 97 South to Pateros
  • Hwy 153 North to Twisp
  • Hwy 20 West to Winthrop

For more information, visit http://winthropwashington.com/plan-your-trip/directions-maps/

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