Snoqualmie is located 25 miles east of Seattle, nestled in the Cascade Mountains. Best known as the home of Snoqualmie Falls and Mount Si, you’ll find boundless recreational opportunities and breathtaking scenery.
Snoqualmie’s dining and shopping scene offers small town charm with its boutique style shops and quaint cafés. You won’t run out of options, either, with two shopping and dining districts that house more than 35 restaurants, many hosting live music and theatre, and lots of shopping options.
Outdoor recreation opportunities are never-ending in Snoqualmie, which is in the heart of the Mountains to Sound Greenway. You’ll find walking and hiking trails, mountain and road biking, fishing, kayaking and world-class golf. Only 25 miles east is Snoqualmie Pass with downhill ski resorts and cross-country ski trails.
Landmarks and Attractions
Snoqualmie is in the heart of the Mountains to Sound Greenway, a beautiful stretch of corridor along Interstate 90. The city is dedicated to preservation of the land and providing areas for residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors. Recreational opportunities are endless and allow people living in or visiting our community to experience the Upper Snoqualmie Valley at its best. See the list below for recreational.
- 35+ Parks (see parks & recreation page for a full list. Includes an off-leash dog park)
- 30+ miles of trails with connections to regional trails
- Mountain and road biking
- Annual running/walking events
- River and lake fishing
- Kayaking (Class II and Class III)
- Golf (two courses in Snoqualmie)
- Skiing and Snowboarding (25 miles east and Snoqualmie Pass)
Shopping in Snoqualmie is a unique experience. You’ll find boutiques and antiques, Native American crafts and art, new and vintage apparel, toy stores, specialty railroad merchandise, a candy factory, gourmet and ethnic foodstuffs, books, and Northwest gifts and mementoes of all kinds.
The Historic Snoqualmie and the Ridge Marketplace shopping districts are within 1 to 3 miles of Snoqualmie Falls.