We are so glad to cooperate with you in visiting one of the most popular scenic attractions of Washington State. Snoqualmie Falls is one of the top ten waterfalls in the United States, which has a supreme position in the hearts of the local Indians. The tour travels over Lake Washington on Seattle’s famous floating Evergreen Point Bridge. Stop at the picturesque Snoqualmie Falls, one of Washington’s most popular and beautiful scenic attractions. Heading to Woodinville, home to many of Washington’s wineries with wine tasting available and beautiful scenery. Visit an independent, family-run winery as well as the beloved, world-class Chateau Ste. Michelle, one of Washington’s oldest and most acclaimed wineries.
Included: Bottled water, Snacks, Transport by a driver guide from pickup to drop off
What to Expect
- Your tour will start From your hotel, B&B, Airport or Pier,
The tour takes approximately 6 hours.
- Travel over one of the floating bridges east of Seattle to cross Lake Washington.
Visit the 268-foot (82-meter) waterfall, Snoqualmie Falls. This stop will take approximately 30 minutes.
Depending on the season and the weather, we will take one of the most scenic roads to wineries in Woodinville
You will visit and test wines in world-class Chateau Ste. Michelle, but feel free to browse and discover the potentials of other wineries as well
More info about Snoqualmie falls:
The Basics Visiting the falls is free, whether you stop by just for the photo op or clamber down to the base. The upper falls overlook offers easily accessible views of the falls, as well as picnic tables, benches, and the nearby restaurant at the Salish Lodge, a historic hotel perched at the top of the falls. Those interested in hiking to see the waterfall from the bottom can descend a steep, 0.7-mile (1.1-kilometer) trail through temperate rainforest, with interpretive signage describing local flora and fauna and detailing the falls’ historic and cultural contributions. The site is a popular day-trip destination from Seattle, with many travelers opting to pair a Snoqualmie visit with stops at Seattle–area wineries or other nearby nature spots. It's also possible to combine a Seattle city sightseeing tour with a stop at Snoqualmie Falls on a half-day tour.
Things to Know Before You Go:
Hikers should be prepared with warm, waterproof clothing and sturdy shoes, as the Snoqualmie Falls trail is often wet. A visit to Snoqualmie is perfect for families and groups with a range of interests and ability levels, with some wheelchair-accessible spots. Visit during spring to see the falls at its maximum output. The park area features a visitor center, gift shop, coffee stand, and bathrooms.
How to Get There:
Snoqualmie Falls sits just outside the town of Snoqualmie, about a 30-minute drive east of Seattle. To get there, take I-90 east to exit 27. The photo-worthy waterfall is easily accessible from the site's two parking lots, one of which is paid and the other free.
When to Get There:
Snoqualmie Falls draws some 1.5 million visitors a year, with most visiting on summer weekends. To avoid the crowds, opt for a rainy day or a weekday. The park is open from dawn to dusk daily. The waterfall flows year-round, hitting its peak during the late spring and early summer snowmelt.
Other Attractions in Snoqualmie Nearby:
Salish Lodge's award-winning spa and hotel offer stunning views with some room balconies overlooking the waterfall, in addition to fine dining opportunities. Snoqualmie's Northwest Railway Museum is another nearby hot spot—it's the perfect diversion for railroad fans and is housed in a restored 1890 railroad depot. Address:6501 Railroad Avenue Southeast, Snoqualmie 98065, USA