Snoqualmie Falls in Seattle

Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie is located just about 25 miles east of Seattle. Snoqualmie Falls is one of the best Washington state's attractions for nature lovers. The falls is just behind the Mt. Rainier and is 270-foot height. It is a spectacular experience viewing the falls from the observation deck or from the foot of Snoqualmie Falls. This falls area is landscaped with native trees and shrubs and comes alive with floral color in the spring. Snoqualmie Falls in Seattle is a wonderful place with its exquisite views and breathtaking waterfall. This place has a great history of housing the world’s first completely underground electric generating facility.

Snoqualmie Falls
Snoqualmie Falls

High water in Snoqualmie Falls occurs following a period of heavy rains that is from November through March. During high water, the falls take on a curtain form. The main views are from the side of the falls, with a fence separating visitors from the edge of a cliff. This area has picnic tables and benches, and a small grassy meadow called the Centennial Green, At the crest there is a lodge named salish, where you can get good food or stay the night. This is where the TV series "Twin Peaks" was filmed. The lodge lights the falls at night. You can also take a side-trip to the Snoqualmie Railroad Museum and train ride and many adventures in Snoqualmie Falls in Seattle.

Snoqualmie Falls Picture Gallery

Snoqualmie Falls
Snoqualmie Falls
Snoqualmie Falls in Flood stage flow.
Snoqualmie Falls in Flood stage flow.
Salish Logde
Salish Logde
Panoramic view of Snoqualimie Falls in March
Panoramic view of Snoqualimie Falls in March
Snoqualmie Falls in winter
Snoqualmie Falls in winter
Rainbow in Snoqualmine Falls
Rainbow in Snoqualmine Falls

Snoqualmie Falls in Seattle

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