Interstate 90 through Snoqualmie Pass.

Snoqualmie Pass
 is a mountain pass that carries Interstate 90 through the Cascade Range in Washington. The pass summit at an elevation of 3,015 feet (919 m) is on the county line between Kittitas County and King County. Snoqualmie Pass is the largest of the three east-west mountain routes across Washington State that are kept open year-round, along with Stevens Pass (US 2) to the north, and White Pass (US 12) to the south. I-90 is the primary commercial artery between Seattle and points east, carrying an average of 29,000 vehicles through the pass per day.

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