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Starting location of Straight of Juan de Fuca Highway
At the Junction of State Highway #101 and State Highway #112 starts the Straight of Juan de Fuca Highway, off Port Angeles, Washington, a city located in Clellam county in Washington, the city has an international Airport called 'William R. Fairchild International Airport'. A ferry service is provided across the Straight of Juan de Fuca to British Colombia, Canada.
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1.1
Intersection
Intersection of Power Plant Road, Lake Aldwell, is a reservoir at the mouth of the Elwha River, behind the Elwha Dam.
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1.4
Elwha River Bridge
The Old bridge here was demolished and a two lane bridge is now underway with a bi-cyclist and a pedestrian passage underneath. The construction is to be complete by mid 2009.
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3.1
Elwha River Road
Elwha River Road, A small bridge spans the Elwha River on this road.
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3.5
PI Road, Colville Road
PI Road to the beach on the Ocean near the Elwha river's confluence with the ocean. Colville Road extends to State Forest Route
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Junction
Junction of Peters Road, Eden Valley Road, Olympic National Forest Road
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7.3
Freshwater Bay Road,
Freshwater Bay Road, Community of Coville, Washington
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10.7
Junction Thompson Road
Junction Wasankari Road, Olympic National Forest Road,
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11.5
Camp Hayden Road,
Camp Hayden Road, Ramapo, Washington, Salt Creek Recreation Area, Salt Creek County Park, Crescent Beach, Stiped Peak which is a peak rising above 1000 feet and have a number of trail access to places on the peak that offer spectacular views of British Colombia and Vancouver Island, Canada
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12.0
Gravel Ramapo Road,
Gravel Ramapo Road, Olympic National Forest Road, Lake Sutherland, a lot of vacation rental/private homes surround this lake for it offers grand outdoor activities like Fishing, boating
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16.0
Agate Beach, Washington
Agate Beach, Washington, Agate Beach Road, Crescent Beach Road, Crescent Beach View of Salt Creek Island from beach is breathtaking.
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17.1
Junction
Junction of Joyce Piedmont Road and Crescent Beach Road with the Straight of Juan de Foca Highway, Joyce, Washington, Community of Piedmont, Washington, located on Lake Crescent, which is the deepest lake in the state of Washington and is one of the top recreational area near Port Angeles, in Clellam County, Washington. There are a number of trails around Lake Crescent , Spruce Railroad Trail is one of the well-known, popular trail in the area.
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18.8
Bisque, Washington
Bisque, Washington, Wye Road,
12.4
20.0
Whiskey Creek Beach Road

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West Lyre River Road

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Olympic National Forest Road

22.1
35.5
NFD 30 Road,
NFD 30 Road, Rangea Trail to Olympic National Forest
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Twin, Washington
Twin, Washington, The Byway goes very near to the waters offering a grand view of the Strait of Juan de Foca,
24.5
39.4
Olympic National Park
A road goes into the thick Olympic National Park
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45.3
Olympic National Park

29.5
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Silver King Resort Road,
Silver King Resort Road, MR Jim, Silver King Resort Offers restrooms, showers , This resort has a boat Launch and a Boat jetty. Pillar Point poses a spectacular view from the resort area.
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50.1
Pillar Point Road

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Pysht River Road
Pysht River Road, Olympic National Park, Pysht, Washington, Reed Creek, At the End of the Pysht River Road, Pysht River falls into the Strait of Juan de Foca.
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60.8
Junction
Junction of State Highway #113 Burnt Mountain Road, This road merges with State Highway #101 at Sappho, Washington, located in Clellam County, Washington in a largely forested area off Byway Strait of Juan de Foca, near Beaver Lake. Community of Sappho, Washington has recreational facilities and Parks. Beaver Lake,
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65.2
Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park, This Road goes into the thick forests off byway Strait Juan de Foca Highway.
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68.0
Charley Creek Road,
Charley Creek Road, Honor Camp Road, Clellam Bay Corrections Center, is located here near Community of Clellam Bay, Washington off byway Strait Juan de Foca, This facility provides housing and correctional programs for criminal offenders in Washington state.
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Intersection
Intersection of Charley Creek Road, Weel Road,
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71.0
Clellam Bay, Washington
Clellam Bay, Washington, is located in Clellam County, Washington very close to the Clellam Bay area, at the confluence of Clellam River with the Ocean. slip Point, a beacon/lighthouse is located near here at Clellam bay. The Clellam Bay area is popular for its natural beauty and tourism is one of the main industry here that Clellam Bay, Washington relies on.
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Sekiu, Washington
Sekiu, Washington, is located in Clellam County, Washington, near the Clellam Bay, Washington, both these cities are called 'twin cities' as they lie side by side close to Clallam Bay area on the shores of Strait of Juan de Foca. Sekiu, Washington is popular for summer touristic activities like, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing, Bird-Watching and Diving. Olson's Bryant Boat, a boat rental.
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Sekiu Airport Road
Sekiu Airport Road, A small, public airport is owned and operated here by the Port of Port Angeles, Washington.
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Hoko Ozette Road
Hoko Ozette River, This road runs along the Hoko River
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Eagle Point Road
Eagle Point Road, runs along the railroad on the Clallam Bay, near the confluence of Hoko River with the Strait of Juan de Foca.
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80.7
Vista Drive
Vista Drive, Confluence of Hoko River
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82.3
Sekiu River Road
Sekiu River Road, 1000 Main Line Road, This is where the Sekiu River meets the ocean.
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Spiral Seastack
Spiral Seastack area
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89.5
Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park,
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94.0
Grand view of the Seal Rock/Sail Rock
Grand view of the Seal Rock/Sail Rock on the Strait of Juan de Foca, along the Byway in Clallam County, Washington
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Access
Access point to a beach front, Parking area, Olympic National Forest Trail Road
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Access
Access to Parking Area, Makah Indian Reserve Road, A close point to view Seal Rock
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Makah Indian Reserve Road
Makah Indian Reserve Road, 200 Line Road, A Fishing Dock is located on the beach side, Spruce Drive.
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101.5
Neah Bay, Washington, End of Byway
Neah Bay, Washington, a small fishing community, located in Clallam County, Washington, on the Makah Indian Reservation area, at the end of the byway Strait of Juan de Foca. A fishing port is located in Neah Bay, Washington, Economy of the hamlet is mostly dependent on fishing and tourism.