April 20, 2021 / Andrea Sachs / The Washington Post

Just in time for summer: 49 new National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads

Here are the National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads from the Class of 2021, and whom they are best for, based on interests:

Diablo Lake North Cascades National Forest Whatcom County 1

Cascade Loop, Washington

Where: Most people start and end near Mukilteo

How far: 440 miles

What: The Cascade Loop is the papa bear byway to three baby bear byways: the Stevens Pass Greenway, the Whidbey Scenic Isle Way and the North Cascades Scenic Byway. The latter road swings through the North Cascades National Park, a free park. (The Great Smokies is also gratis.) Hiking trails and overlooks can double — or even triple — the travel time along the 28-mile section.

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