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Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls

Free admission
6501 Railroad Avenue Southeast, Snoqualmie, 98065

The Basics

A popular day-trip destination from Seattle, many travelers 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.

Once there, the upper falls overlooks offer easily accessible views, as well as picnic tables and benches. To see the waterfall from the bottom, descend a steep, 0.7-mile (1.1-kilometer) trail through a temperate rain forest, with interpretive signage describing local flora and fauna and detailing the falls’ historic and cultural contributions.

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Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
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Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
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$230.50 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Good wine tasting
The tour was very well organized and met my needs. The food and wine was very good and made for a pleasant day. The guide was exceptional.
Stewart_C, Oct 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Seattle

star-5
Perfect tour for nature and wine lovers
Hardik_N, Nov 2021
Snoqualmie Falls and Wineries Tour from Seattle
Very friendly tour guide. Throws in surprises and is very accommodating to your requests for food and wine.
star-5
Waterfalls and wine ❤️
Alexandra_P, Oct 2021
Snoqualmie Falls and Wineries Tour from Seattle
Having a DD that knows his history is the best. Daniel is a great tour guide. Very hospitable. All the stops were fun with great views. Worth it!!
star-5
A perfect day in Snoqualmie Falls
Evelyn_M, Sep 2021
Snoqualmie Falls and Wineries Tour from Seattle
Daniel, our tour guide from Oktay Tour, is very knowledgeable about the area and shared with us historical information about Seattle, Snoqualmie Falls and the wineries in Woodinville. He even created for us a video of our time at the beautiful Snoqualmie Falls. The weather cooperated and we have a cool sunny day and not many tourist in the same place.
star-5
Great day out of the city
William_G, Oct 2021
Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
We were picked up at the time and location stated. Total of 7 of us plus Sara, best guide ever. The falls were pretty and easy to navigate. Lunch was filling and healthy, greatly appreciated the thoughtful care w selections. To top it off, dessert! Best cookies ever!!! Worth the price. Thank you Sara!
star-5
Excellent tour
Linda_G, Sep 2021
Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
Sarah was an excellent tour guide. She had snacks and drinks available at any time, was a safe and courteous driver and remembered everyone’s name. She had great advice for outings in and around the Seattle area. Putting the lunch out with silverware and tablecloths was a nice touch. I would definitely book another tour with Evergreen again.
star-5
Superb job
Nicolas_S, Sep 2021
Snoqualmie Falls and Wineries Tour from Seattle
An awesome place to visit with of course with the guidance of a professional driver/tour guide/host. Definitely and strongly will recommend to friends and family.
star-5
Awesome
Steve_C, Nov 2020
Private Tour: Snoqualmie Falls and Woodinville Wineries Day Trip from Seattle
Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly. Also he helped with my husband who has a little trouble walking.
star-5
Awesomeness
Tara_K, Aug 2021
Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
We had the best time! Awesome tour guide, Kevin! Was very engaging and it was awesome to meet the winemakers!
star-5
Awesome tour. Beautiful sights!
Erica_B, Aug 2021
Snoqualmie Falls and Wineries Tour from Seattle
Daniel was the best tour guide! It was only myself and my husband the day we went. His vehicle accommodates up to 7. So even though it wasn’t an extremely profitable day for him he still went above and beyond by taking us to wineries other than the one that was on the tour list and he spent an extra 30 minutes touring us around downtown so we could take it all in and it really made the day memorable for us.
star-5
Wine and Friendship
samit_c, Aug 2021
Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
It was a great wine tasting experience. Ben is an attentive , personable and knowledgeable guide and kept the group engaged. Tasted a broad range of flavorful regional wine. The group was also particularly friendly and there were lots of camaraderie.
star-5
Two Ladies From Texas
Stephanie_Bee, Aug 2021
Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
We had a great time with Jann. The falls were beautiful and the wine was great. Met some awesome people from all over the US and even met up with some after the tour on a later date to hang out! Definitely recommended!
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A Learning Experince
Miguel_M, Jul 2021
Woodinville Wine & Snoqualmie Falls: All-Inclusive Small-Group Tour from Seattle
Our tour guide Sara was great. The falls were beautiful. We went to 3 wine tastings. The first one was a garden setting where we had about 8 or 9 different tastings. We also had a very nice lunch there. The other 2 were in a warehouse district where we had 4 or 5 tastings at each venue. It was a small group a total of 7 people. Overall me and my wife had a fantastic time.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Visiting the falls is free, whether you stop by just for the photo op or clamber down to the base.

  • 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 their crashing best.

  • The park area features a visitor center, gift shop, coffee stand, and bathrooms.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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