US Route 2 follows the route of several wagon roads and early state highways which follow the route of the Skykomish River and the Great Northern Railway, a transcontinental railroad completed in 1893.
US 2 is now part of a National Scenic Byway named the Stevens Pass Greenway. The highway enters Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and continues east along the Tye River past the town of Skykomish and the Cascade Tunnel towards Stevens Pass. The pass, located 4,061 feet (1,238 m) above sea level, is also home to the Stevens Pass Ski Area and a trailhead for the Pacific Crest Trail while serving as the point in which US 2 crosses into the Wenatchee National Forest in Chelan County.
The scents in this collection are part of the journey along the Stevens Pass Highway:
- Cashmere : cashmere + vanilla
- Evergreen : juniper fir + balsam spruce
- Tumwater Canyon : pumpkin + persimmon