The Northwest Passage Scenic Byway is the longest scenic byway in the state of Idaho. It follows the route famed explorers Meriweather Lewis and William Clark took across Idaho in their search for the Northwest Passage. The byway crosses the entire state from west to east, a length of 202 miles (325 km). It begins at Lewiston, Idaho, along the Washington border. From there, it follows US Route 12 east to Lolo Pass on the Montana line. A spur of the scenic byway also follows Idaho State Highway 13 south to Grangeville. The Federal Highway Administration has declared the Northwest Passage Scenic Byway an All-American Road. This designation, the highest class of America’s scenic byways, is held by only 31 routes in the country.
Our Northwest Passage Scenic Byway sign is an exact duplicate of the original markers installed in North Central Idaho. It depicts the silhouettes of Lewis and Clark overlooking the rugged Idaho countryside. The artwork, layout, and fonts used have been painstakingly recreated from the original. Show your love for the outdoors and the great American West by adding this marker to your den, garage, man cave, or any other place needing a touch of Idaho mountain flavor!
Our Northwest Passage Scenic Byway sign is flat printed on heavy 14-gauge steel. This is a non-reflective sign—perfect to be enjoyed indoors or outdoors. We offer it in sizes ranging from 12 inches square up to 36 inches square to fit your display needs. All sizes include two mounting holes for easy installation. (Need a size not listed here? Or perhaps a sign from a scenic marker elsewhere in Idaho, or even another state? Please inquire; custom orders are our specialty!)