Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway

National Scenic BywayWashington

Driving the Byway

The Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway runs in a north to south direction along parts of three highway routes -- SR 155, US 2 and SR 17 -- in the heart of north-central Washington.

The northern gateway is in the City of Omak, where SR 155 leaves US 97.

  • Travel southeast across the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, over Disautel Pass, by the Town of Nespelem, and across the Columbia River at the Town of Coulee Dam.
  • Cross SR 174 in the Town of Grand Coulee after 52.6 miles.
  • Continue south on SR 155 along the shores of Banks Lake for 23.7 miles where SR 155 intersects with US 2.
  • The byway turns west on US 2 for 6.2 miles going through the Town of Coulee City and across Dry Falls Dam where it joins SR 17.
  • Head south on SR 17 for 21.3 miles where you'll cross SR 28 at the Town of Soap Lake.
  • Continue south on SR 17 for 24.5 miles going through the City of Moses Lake and crossing Interstate 90.
  • The byway continues south on SR 17 to its southern gateway, the City of Othello, crossing SR 26 in 22.4 miles.