It's hard to imagine a more beautiful setting than Snoqualmie Falls in Washington State.

Go for a Bike Ride
Pound the pedals with a guide, or hit the trail on your own and head for the hills. Bring your own bike or grab one of ours.

Take a Hike -
Our team can help you select the best hiking trails in the region – 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.

Go Rafting -
From leisurely floats to thrilling rapids, our all-inclusive rafting trips combine expert instruction with great Northwest scenery and wildlife and white water.

Paddle the Snoqualmie -
Whether you go for the excitement of white water or a leisurely float, we offer paddling experiences for novices and experienced enthusiasts alike. Join us on a trip to explore waterfront parks, old growth forests, wetlands or local wildlife.

Go Fishing -
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.

Horseback Riding -
Head out on the trails with Tiger Mountain Outfitters. Expert guides will lead individuals on a 2-3 hour scenic horseback ride through valleys and forests to Tiger Mountain Outlook.

Ski the Slopes -
Salish Lodge & Spa's proximity to the Summit at Snoqualmie creates the ideal winter getaway for any outdoor enthusiast. Enjoy the thrilling rush of black diamond runs at the renowned Alpental base area, completing your first turns at Central, sipping hot cocoa in the lodge, or spending quality family time at the tubing center.

Enjoy a round of Golf -
Snoqualmie has six golf courses in spectacular locations, including TPC Snoqualmie Ridge – the only Jack Nicklaus designed signature club in the Northwest.

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