A variety of maps have been developed that show off the Coulee Corridor. There are tear sheet maps, geology, historical and birding maps, hiking and fishing guides and vacation and travel planners that highlight sights along the byway.

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To coincide with the 2020 Othello Sand Hill Crane Festival, visitors may want to check out: The Great Washington State Birding Trail along the Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway.  This publication was produced by Audubon, Washington with financial contributions from the Coulee Corridor Consortium, Washington State Fish & Wildlife, US Bureau of Reclamation, Washington State Department of Transportation and Washington State Tourism Office.  Request your copy today though there is a small fee attached.

Two other Coulee Corridor publications may be requested and are free of charge.  The first one describes the local geology and landforms and is titled: Geologic Trips in the Coulee Corridor National Scenic Byway in Grant and Adams Counties, Washington. This publication came out in 2011 and highlights 17 geologic sites along State Highways 17 & 155 between Othello and Grand Coulee.  The document was printed with financial  support from the Coulee Corridor Consortium, Grand Coulee Dam Chamber of Commerce, Big Bend Resource Conservation and Development Council, City of Othello, Lower Grand Coulee Ice Age Floods Institute, and DayTours.

The second free publication was also written and assembled  in 2007 and highlights 64 historic sites along the Coulee Corridor. It is called People and Places of the Coulee Corridor National Scenic Byway  - Adams, Douglas, Franklin, Grant, Lincoln, and Okanogan Counties. Sponsors for this detailed publication included the Coulee Corridor Consortium, Grant County Tourism, City of Othello, Moses Lake Tourism, City of Electric City, Benton-Franklin Council of Governments, Katherine and Harvey Bohnet, Big Bend Resource Conservation and Development Council, and The Mountaineers Foundation.

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