Washington State Route 906 East
SR 906 begins at the half diamond interchange with Interstate 90 (Exit 52), National Forest Road 58, and Alpental Road. SR 906 follows old U.S. 10 into Snoqualmie Pass village. 08/31/06
Heading east, SR 906 crosses the Kittitas County line by Village at the Summit loop of Guye Peak Lane. Eastbound access to Interstate 90 is available at Exits 53 and 54 from SR 906. 08/31/06
East Summit Road connects SR 906 (Gold Creek Road) with a diamond interchange of Interstate 90 and Yellowstone Road. 08/31/06
SR 906 reassurance shield posted after East Summit Road. 08/31/06
SR 906 ends at the Exit 54 parclo interchange of Interstate 90 at Hyak. A spur of SR 906 stems southeast from Hyak 0.43 miles to a WSDOT maintenance facility as well. 08/31/06
A closer look at the state-named shield for Interstate 90 on the guide sign for the westbound on-ramp at SR 906's terminus. 08/31/06
Washington State Route 906 West
SR 906 westbound shield assembly posted after the Gold Creek Road intersection with East Summit Road. East Summit Road provides the second access point to Interstate 90 from Snoqualmie Pass. 08/31/06
Guye Peak and Snoqualmie Mountain (6,278 ft.) rise north of Snoqualmie Pass. Travelers Rest and Summit Lodge reside as part of the accommodations to travelers and skiers visiting the Summit at Snoqualmie Ski Resorts. 08/31/06
SR 906 crosses the King County line on the north side of Snoqualmie Pass village. 08/31/06
A half diamond interchange represents the west end of SR 906 at National Forest Road 58 and Alpental Road. Alpental Road provides access to the Alpental ski area. N.F. 58 parallels Interstate 90 west to Franklin Falls. Interstate 90 continues to North Bend, Issaquah, and Seattle. 08/31/06
Washington State Route 906 scenes
National Forest Road 58 marker posted after the intersection with Alpental Road north near Interstate 90 at Exit 52. 08/31/06
N.F. Road 58 travels under Interstate 90 en route to Franklin Falls. The South Fork Snoqualmie River flows between the separate roadways of I-90 to the west and passes under westbound here. 08/31/06
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Two sections of single-slab concrete remain in place from the original U.S. 10 alignment at Snoqualmie Pass. The eastern section serves as an access road to an adjacent business. Another section spurs west to a dirt parking area adjacent to the eastbound off-ramp of Interstate 90 to SR 906. 08/31/06

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08/31/06 by AARoads and Chris Kalina

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