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Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state's most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year. At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, the Salish Lodge and the famous 270...more
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The falls are easily accessible - we had one in our group on a knee scooter recovering from foot surgery and he was able to get to the viewing level with only a little assistance. This does not take long -- you walk to the...More
I've visited the falls many times, but yesterday I discovered that seeing them at dawn and in moonlight is especially wonderful. An easy trip from Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, and other major cities in northwest Washington, the falls are a must see. And there's free parking!
Husband and I went here for a date day. a little bit crowded. But the waterfall was beautiful. I would have liked to gone off trail but they are very strict about staying on the boardwalk. Dogs are welcome
I worked Here years ago, my dad worked there before me. It’s a family tradition to go to the falls, everytime I am In town I stop And take in the beauty and nostalgia.
The property has not changed much over the years other that...More
Great stroll with the family or to start off your day. It is a steep but short walk. It gets very busy very quickly but the trail is wide enough to accommodate. Try to park at the bottom and walk up to start instead of...More
While most waterfalls are awesome to see this is a must see. The scenery where this is located is amazing. Make sure you take the path to the bottom the information and sights are great. The view from the bottom of the falls is a...More
You really cannot spend a lot of time here unless you go to the Salish Lodge for lunch or dinner. It is a beautiful falls, albeit small compared to others I've been to, but if you have never seen falls in all its glory with...More