Snoqualmie Valley

22 miles - 30 minutes

The majestic Snoqualmie River Valley is situated between Seattle and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains and is well known for its prolific farming and timber-producing capabilities. Originally settled by the Snoqualmie Tribe, the beautiful natural landscape boasts an abundance of natural resources from salmon and wildlife to lush vegetation that relies on the river. IT includes the towns of Duval and Carnation


Located at the northern most point of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, the City of Duvall is surrounded by scenic farms that produce artisan cheese, gourmet mushrooms, and heritage pork. It's also known for its artistic flair and charming main street that provides opportunity for viewing art as well as many unique shops and restaurants.

Places to Visit:

  • McCormick Park
  • Historic Railroad Depot
  • Duvall Farmer's Market 


The scenic City of Carnation is situated between the Snoqualmie and Tolt Rivers, and is surrounded by parks and farms that create a small town agricultural feel. Nearby farms offer u-pick berries in the summer, pumpkin patches in the fall and u-cut Christmas trees in the winter, while the historic downtown area has a variety of fun, unique shops and eateries.

Places to Visit:

  • Tolt MacDonald Park
  • Tolt Historical Museum
  • Blue Heron Golf Course and Restaurant 

Fall City

Just downstream of the Snoqualmie Falls, the historic town of Fall City can be found between the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. Fall City has a thriving art scene and offers a number of unique attractions, including a downtown sculpture walk, tree house lodging and a theater in the woods!

Places to Visit: 

  • Fall City Park
  • Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers
  • Sculpture Walk on Main Street 


While the City of Snoqualmie is best known for the beautiful Snoqualmie Falls, the small town boasts an eclectic range of stores, art venues, and restaurant offerings that are sure to appeal everyone. Additionally, more than 30 miles of trails in the surrounding area allow for walking, hiking, biking, and horse riding.   

Places to Visit:

  • Snoqualmie Falls Park
  • Historic Downtown and Shops
  • Mt. Si Golf Course & Restaurant 

North Bend

The picturesque City of North Bend sits in the shadow of the iconic Mt. Si. This small town is the perfect haven for outdoor enthusiasts, boasting hundreds of miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as destinations for kayaking and rock climbing.

Places to Visit:

  • Tollgate Farm Park
  • North Bend Farmers Market
  • Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum