The Snoqualmie Valley, located just 30 minutes east of Seattle, is a natural scenic tour, featuring rugged mountainous terrain for hiking, skiing or mountain biking, raging rivers for fishing and water sports, a wonderful selection of golf courses, and for the less adventurous, many fine specialty shops through which to browse.
Official web for the city of Snoqualmie.
Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce
A business and community guide providing information about area businesses, community life, relocation, and chamber of commerce services. The Snoqualmie Valley includes North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City and Carnation.
House in the Trees at Bethabara Farms. 35009 SE 9th, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. Phone: 425-888-2549.
The Snoqualmie Inn. 9050 384th Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. Phone: 425-888-9399.
Adair's on the Green. 9010 Boalch Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. Phone: 425-888-2150.
Safari's Pizza. 8103 Falls Avenue NE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. Phone: 425-888-6060.
Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory. 8102 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. Phone: 425-888-0439.
The Northwest Railway Museum
Founded in 1957 as the Puget Sound Railway Historical Association (PSRHA), the Northwest Railway Museum became is the most experienced and largest railway museum in Washington State and is visited by more than 65,000 people a year. The Museum operates a five-mile interpretive railway, and the Snoqualmie Depot, a display interpreting the purpose and function of a train station. A gift shop features published material on railway history and technology.
Midway between the communities of Snoqualmie and Fall City, the Snoqualmie River plunges 270 feet to form spectacular Snoqualmie Falls, one of the most popular natural attractions in Washington. The world's first underground power plant, built in 1898, also is found here. The falls is reached via I-90. Food and lodging are nearby as well as a park and picnic grounds. Overlooking the falls is the historic Snoqualmie Falls Lodge, now the Salish Lodge. The Falls are located just north of downtown Snoqualmie. Take Railroad Ave north across the Snoqualmie river. Parking is on the Right next to the footbridge.
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