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Snow being cleared off North Cascades Highway

DOT crews work to remove snow from North Cascades Highway. (Washington Department of Transportation)
DOT crews work to remove snow from North Cascades Highway. (Washington Department of Transportation)

MOUNTAIN PASSES —  Crews are working on Highway 20 to clear the North Cascades Highway — the great recreational road between Mazama and Marblemount, through North Cascades National Park.

Snow removal began March 26, with crews working on both the east and west sides of Washington Pass.

  • The east side crew has cleared the roadway to Cutthroat Creek.
  • The west side crew has progressed approximately eight miles above their starting point at the Diablo Gate.

Progress updates are updated here.




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