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The total driving distance from Seattle, WA to Vancouver, Canada is 140 miles or 225 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Seattle, Washington. It ends in Vancouver, Canada.
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It may be well worth your time to take the 21-mile Chuckanut Drive Scenic Byway when you take your road trip from Seattle to Vancouver. It is a dramatic cliff side route that hugs the base of Chuckanut mountain just north of Seattle. The byway begins at the south at exit 231 off I-5 to State Highway 11 (Chuckanut Drive.)
The road weaves through evergreen forests along the rocky shoreline of Chuckanut Bay. Along the way you will see oyster beds, tidal flats of the Samish lowlands and on to the historic Fairhaven District of Bellingham. Sunsets, secluded beaches and migratory birds are some of the other attractions on this route. The towns along the byway are Allen, Sunset, Edison, Bow, Samish and Bellingham.
The picturesque city of Bellingham is the last major city before the Washington coastline meets the Canadian border. Bellingham is surrounded by Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, snow-capped Mount Baker and the North Cascade Mountains. It is 90 miles north of Seattle and 21 miles south of the Canadian border and 52 miles south of Vancouver.
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