Snoqualmie Pass Travel Guide

  • Dru Bru Tap Room & Brewery
    by giuffy
  • Dru Bru Tap Room & Brewery
    by giuffy
  • Dru Bru Tap Room & Brewery
    by giuffy

Snoqualmie Pass Things to Do

  • Dru Bru Tap Room & Brewery

    Drop in to Dru Bru after a day on the mountain to enjoy a fresh brewed beer at an all-ages 800 square foot tap room and adjoining 15 barrel brewhouse. The tap room is open year-round, has comfortable seating for fifty and offers stunning views of Guye Peak and Red Mountain. With house made snacks and root beer, a 10ft projection screen and...

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  • Family Friendly Brewery

    Drop in to Dru Bru after a day on the mountain to enjoy a fresh brewed beer at an all-ages 800 square foot tap room and adjoining 15 barrel brewhouse. The tap room is open year-round, has comfortable seating for fifty and offers stunning views of Guye Peak and Red Mountain. With house made snacks and root beer, a 10ft projection screen and...

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  • Roaring Creek Falls

    These Falls are a little bit secluded but at the same time not at all. A private Residence adorns the hillside just above the falls it seeme to be inhabited in the ski season only though. A short trail leads you from the parking area to the base of the falls. It is somewhat steep and the falls turn up a decent amount of spray.The Falls themselves...

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  • Franklin Falls

    Franklin Falls is by no means one of the tallest waterfalls I’ve come across. At 70 feet (21 m) tall the waterfall is no little drop though. It sits in a canyon directly in between the east and westbound lanes of I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass. The surreal experience of standing just beneath one of the nation’s most important freeways and staring at a...

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  • Franklin Falls in Winter

    After the first weeks of cold weather and especially after the first snow, Franklin Falls becomes a completely different sight to behold. The cold temperatures near the pass freeze the mist coming from the falls. The mist collects on the surrounding rocks and crates some interesting ice formations. The ice forms inverted icicles which face the...

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  • Learning to snowboard isn't...

    Learning to snowboard isn't the easiest thing to do. There are a lot of elements of contend with and there is just as much stuff to try and keep in check. While you will fall and smack your head every now and again the rewards you get from snowboarding make learning well worth while. Go for it. Once you battle being able to stay up and move you...

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Snoqualmie Pass Off The Beaten Path

  • Lake Lillian Hike (Lake Laura)

    Lake Laura is a small lake in comparison to Lake Lillian. It is no nearly as deep either. Lake Laura takes on a horseshoe shape as it travels around a large island at it's center. I took a small inflatable raft on my second hike to the area and climbed up to the top of the island for great views of Lillian Falls. Without that transport device i...

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  • Snow Lake Hike

    Snow Lake is one of the most traveled hikes in the Alpine Lakes Region and for good reason. The lake at the end of the hike is a very large lake by alpine terms. It also as its name suggests, stays frozen very late into the year. In all it is about 4 miles one way with an elevation gain of about 1700 feet (518 m).There are also several waterfalls...

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  • Lake Lillian Hike (Rocky Run Falls)

    Rocky Run Falls is about 150 feet (45 m) and is very interesting in its path. The first tier is a veiling wall that flows over a platform then the rest of the falls seems to be a long rock to rock skipping down the hillside.The falls can be seen from the approaching forest road as a white streak down the hillside. They are are noisy and can't be...

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Snoqualmie Pass Favorites

  • The Kendall Peak Lodge is...

    The Kendall Peak Lodge is located 60 minutes east of Seattle, Washington, nestled in an area known for natural scenic beauty; featuring rugged mountainous terrain for hiking, skiing or mountain biking, raging rivers for fishing and water sports, a wonderful selection of golf courses, and for the less adventurous, many fine specialty shops through...

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  • Snoqualmie Pass, elevation...

    Snoqualmie Pass, elevation 3,022 feet, on I-90, is the lowest and most heavily traveled east-west highway crossing in Washington state. It is one of the state's two east-west highways with mountain passes open year-round. The other is Stevens Pass Highway, US 2.Snoqualmie Pass offers easy access to a variety of recreational opportunities including...

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  • spartan's General Tip

    Snoqualmie Pass is a major winter and summer recreational area bordered in part by the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and the Wenatchee National Fores, home to the Community of Snoqualmie Pass and the largest ski resort area in the state. The dividing line of King and Kittitas Counties passes through the community at The Summit....

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