Snoqualmie Falls Park is adjacent to Salish Lodge & Spa and features an observation deck with a panoramic view of the Snoqualmie Falls, the river gorge and lush Northwest forests.
In September 2013, Puget Sound Energy completed their three year Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project. The completion of the project marked a reinvented Overlook Park and the reopening of the trail down to the water's edge for a full view of the 270 foot Snoqualmie Falls.
The Snoqualmie Valley Railroad is owned and operated by the Puget Sound Railway Historical Association. This volunteer organization operates diesel-powered trains through the scenic Snoqualmie Valley.
Historic Downtown Snoqualmie offers a variety of fun and unique shops and restaurants, as well as a candy shop with an old-fashioned lunch counter.
The Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company is a nationally recognized and award-winning local micro-brewery with a wide variety of year-round ales and unique, seasonal favorites.
Our team can help you select the best hiking trails in the region or arrange a guided hike for you – from novice nature trails to steep climbs with majestic views. Explore lush fern groves and hike past waterfalls and serene alpine lakes to explore the best of the Northwest.
Perfectly placed at the gateway to the Cascade mountain range, The Salish Lodge & Spa is surrounded by hiking trails-from novice nature trails to serious, steep climbs with majestic views. Each season showcases trails to represent the Northwest at its finest, highlighting watery wonders such as alpine lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Trek to Twin Falls, Rattlesnake Ridge or the serene setting of Annette Lake. Hikes accent lush fern groves in spring, strolls by cool rivers in summer, stunning colors in the fall and snow-capped peaks in winter. Contact us at 1.800.2.SALISH for tips on the best hiking destinations during your stay.
Bring your bike and pound the pedals with a guide, or hit the trail on your own and head for the hills.
Where there are mountains, let there be mountain biking! Out the door access to the Snoqualmie Valley trail and a slight drive to the single-track trails of North Bend and Tiger Mountain, make the Salish Lodge & Spa the ideal location for mountain bikers of all experience levels.
Trails change; as do the seasons, so catch up with our trained local staff to find out the best trails to tackle during your trip.
Snoqualmie has six golf courses in spectacular locations, including TPC Snoqualmie Ridge – the only Jack Nicklaus designed signature club in the Northwest.
This beautiful, 222-acre property is located in the Snoqualmie Ridge master-planned community in Snoqualmie, Washington. The "Tournament Players Course" has been designed and constructed to accommodate the professional golf circuit and major tour events. Opened in 1999, the course has been home to the annual Boeing Classic PGA Champions Tour tournament. As a guest of the lodge, we invite you to enjoy exclusive access to TPC Snoqualmie Ridge with our exciting golf specials including time on the course and private lessons.
Enjoy a full or half-day search for trout along one of the area's many rivers or lakes. We can tell you about our favorite fishing holes, or our full-service guides can show you the way.
Few things compare with the challenge and fun of fly-fishing. Surrounded by natural beauty, an afternoon with the rod and reel is the angler's definition of heaven. From the feeling of a long, graceful cast to the thrill of the catch, few activities offer tranquility and excitement in the same package.
Enjoy a full or half-day in search of trout along one of the area's many local rivers and lakes. Would you rather head out on your own? Contact the Adventure Center and we will help direct you to one of our favorite fishing holes.
Fishing Licenses are required by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. Click here for more info. Licenses may also be purchased at your local hardware store.
Head out on the trails with Equine Escapes. Expert guides will lead individuals on trail rides in the Cascade Foothills that can last anywhere from 1 to 6 hours.
To plan your adventure call Equine Escapes at 425-242-4774 or visit equineescapes.com.