Any Twin Peaks fans will recognize Snoqualmie as the location for many exterior scenes in the legendary David Lynch series. Just 25 miles from Seattle, Snoqualmie is located next to the beautiful and impressive Snoqaulmie Falls.
Top attractions in Snoqualmie include the Northwest Railway Museum. The restored depot from 1890 exhibits old locomotives and everything related to the railroad age of the past. Other activities in this area are very much outdoor-based with the incredible waterfall, hiking trails, biking and horseback riding trails, as well as different mountains to explore by foot.
The Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail is another great hike, being a rail trail that connects with the John Wayne Pioneer Trail. Alternatively, snowshoeing is popular in the winter up in the mountains.
Snoqualmie is home to various wineries and vineyards, so devote some time to pop into Sigillo Cellar downtown for wine tastings to rival any wine country! The small downtown area also has restaurants, bars, and a great vintage store full of antiques.
The best time to visit for the falls is during the spring run-off, when the snow on the mountains melts. Sunny days in April and May can also be incredible here.
Vacation rentals in Snoqualmie Pass provide visitors with the natural beauty of the local area right on their doorstep. Although the town is a great place to visit all year round, it is particularly popular in the winter months when the ski resort really comes alive.
The Summit at Snoqualmie is a truly unique resort located just an hour away from Seattle, providing plenty of opportunities for both skiing and snowboarding. The resort is home to famous steeps, bowls and terrain parks, as well as a tubing park! The resort consists of three base areas, Summit East, Summit West and Summit Central, each with a range of different activities to enjoy.
There are many vacation home located at the Summit, which are perfect for those who want to be in the center of all the action. For a more peaceful vacation, Snoqualmie cabin rentals in the surrounding area allow guests to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, plus, many are pet-friendly, meaning your furry family member can enjoy the break too.