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Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie

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Waterfall · Hiking Trail
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Featured in David Lynch's iconic TV series "Twin Peaks," Snoqualmie Falls remains one of the favorite scenic attractions in Washington State and a Native American burial site. A roaring misty waterfall tumbles down 82 m (268 ft); for the Native American tribe of Snoqualmie, this represents the meeting place of Heaven and Earth, where the first human couple were created. Follow the short hiking trail to a fenced observation deck with benches and picnic tables. The nearby attractions include a historic lodge, which also appeared in "Twin Peaks." Arrange to visit Snoqualmie Falls and other attractions in Snoqualmie using our Snoqualmie trip planner.
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  • We stopped to see Snoqualmie Falls on our way to the airport. At over 250 feet, it is a massive waterfall. The water was low when we visited in October and much of the water is diverted for... 
    We stopped to see Snoqualmie Falls on our way to the airport. At over 250 feet, it is a massive waterfall. The water was low when we visited in October and much of the water is diverted for...  more »
  • There are two viewing points for the falls, one at the top and another at the bottom. Both are quite nice. It's a bit of a hike to the bottom, and of course is a bit tougher on the way back up. But... 
    There are two viewing points for the falls, one at the top and another at the bottom. Both are quite nice. It's a bit of a hike to the bottom, and of course is a bit tougher on the way back up. But...  more »
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  • There is a small 20 min trail where we can watch the falls from front view
  • View is magnificent, parking across the street is free, with an footbridge to keep you away from traffic. Trail may be closed due to icing but you can still get to the viewpoint as shown.

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