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Start your day in Duvall with a warm beverage from the Duvall Coffee House, and yummy baked goods from the Grateful Bread next door. Walk a couple blocks to McCormick Park to relish your goodies in the sand next to the Snoqualmie River. As you approach the park, take in the permanent art installations
Next, drive ten minutes south to Carnation to check out the 500-foot suspension footbridge at Tolt-Macdonald Park. The bridge spans the Snoqualmie River and leads to miles of forested trails. Make sure to stop on the bridge and look through the art scope and see a holograph of the old bridge. And look down! You may see migrating salmon during the fall. After your fun at the park stop by Blake’s Pizza a small local pizzeria for a sandwich or slice of homemade pizza
After lunch, drive scenic Route 203 through the Snoqualmie Valley, heading upstream and back in time to arrive at the Northwest Railway Museum and historic depot. Discover how the railway changed the landscape and culture of the region, and feel the excitement of a working railroad. You can also hop on the train for a two-hour round-trip ride on Saturdays and Sundays, April through October. After your visit to the museum, cross the street to partake in a paradise of treats and sweets at the Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory.
Burn off some energy at your next stop, Tollgate Farm Park in North Bend. While the kids scamper on the playground, you’ll have a chance appreciate the dramatic view of Mt Si. Or, look for elk as you walk on the one-mile loop trail. Round your day off at the North Bend Bar and Grill in downtown North Bend. Enjoy the good food and a beverage of choice while taking in the lively atmosphere.