Beginning in 2003, the White Pass Scenic Byway has been funded through grants made available from the Federal Highways administration. Byway projects specific to signage, planning and marketing were funded in 2005-2009. Since the byway is primarily a tourism organization lodging tax funding from Lewis County has been a continual source of revenue for Byway marketing activities. In addition, grants from the Lewis County .09 fund, US Forest Service, the Port of Seattle, private businesses, and partner non-profits have helped supplement the program funding.
Thank you to our generous supporters in 2021:
How you can Support the Byway
The White Pass Scenic Byway is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving Lewis County, Washington. The White Pass Scenic Byway was created for the purpose of public education and promotion of the byway’s natural and cultural resources as well as enhancing the assets and resources located along the byway.
The White Pass Scenic Byway, U.S. Highway 12, extending from I-5 to Naches is an exceptional journey, offering travelers experiences of wildlife, outstanding scenic and natural landscapes, and unlimited outdoor recreation. The location between Mt. Rainier National Park and Mt. St. Helens National Monument and Mt. Adams is a premier recreation destination.
With your support, we will grow our ability to enhance the White Pass Scenic Byway and conserve its unique resources. View our projects.
Thank you for your support!