Snoqualmie Falls, Washington, United States
4.5 (2.052 reviews) Spent 2-3 hours Ranking #1 in Snoqualmie Hiking Trails • Waterfalls
Enjoy a day out in Washington at Snoqualmie Falls. This 270-foot waterfall beckons a visit for its enthralling views, easy trails and Native American heritage. The best way to enjoy this wonder is right after a downpour when the waterfall’s spray is fuller—adding to the mystical vibe. Train lovers should also hop on an antique train ride to the top of the waterfall. Beside the falls, there are other interesting sites to visit like the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum and Snoqualmie Depot. You can also pamper yourself with a luxe stay at the Salish Lodge & Spa. – Tripadvisor
6501 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065-9687
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Tuesday, December 05, 2023, 17:43
4.5 based on (2.052 reviews)
4BigMerk 5:00 PM Oct 2, 2022Good sized waterfall with some nice walks
We took a short detour on the road from Spokane to Seattle and visited the falls. They aren’t any near as spectacular as say Multnomah Falls on the Columbia River but they were worth a short detour. The access is a bit compromised and we managed to miss it first time requiring a u-turn. Parking is $7 (plus taxes etc) and there is parking in both sides of the road (connected by a bridge). On our side, the car park wasn’t huge. There is an explanation of the adjacent power station which is interesting and walks too.
4907blaked 5:00 PM Nov 20, 2022Nice day trip from Seattle with an enjoyable hike
We enjoyed our time here on a Saturday in November. An easy 35-minute drive from Seattle. Given the time of year we visited and the fact that we arrived by 10am, parking was no problem at all. There is free parking across the street, or pay parking ($7, I think) right next to the falls. We chose the free parking and walked across the street using the skybridge. We spent about 15 minutes up top with the overlooks, and then took the trail 1/2 mile to the bottom. The trail is not easy! It took us about 30 minutes to hike each way - and going up required a few breaks! It was definitely worth it to take the trail down to the bottom to get additional views of the falls. There were restrooms/bathrooms at both the top and the bottom of the falls. After the falls we had lunch at the hotel/resort on the premises.