Trip Itineraries

Girls Weekend in the Valley


The Snoqualmie Valley’s unique stores and restaurants, natural beauty, and small town charm make it the ideal place for a girls’ weekend. Our two-day itinerary will be sure leave you inspired and more connected to one another and to the beauty of our region.
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  1. Day 1:
    Wake up at Haus Big Rock a beautiful, European style bed and breakfast located on 5-acres of beautiful gardens. The “Upstairs Loft” is a beautiful and expansive room that can accommodate up to 5 people. The room has a wood burning fire place, views of the barn and gorgeous grounds, and a soaking tub. A full breakfast is served by the host, always including fresh, seasonal fruits. If that doesn’t work for your group, there are many Air B&B’s in the local area.

  2. A short drive takes you to downtown Duvall, where you can take a yoga class at the Yoga Garden or schedule a Laughter Yoga session ahead of time with Studio Beju. Once relaxed, take a stroll down NE Stephens Street to McCormick Park for a look at the Snoqualmie River. You can also take a walk along the flat Snoqualmie Valley Trail that passes through the park and enjoy each other’s company while you get some fresh air.

  3. Head over to Longevity Foods Organic Juice Bar and Deli for delicious, fresh vegan food sourced from local farms. After lunch take the short, scenic drive to Carnation where you can shop at Miller’s Mercantile, which is filled with unique gifts, art and clothing. Walk down the block to stop in at Tolt Yarn and Wool, a breath-takingly beautiful store full of colorful fibers and inspiration. Even non-knitters will enjoy the array of color and texture here.

  4. On foot, follow Entwistle to the west into Tolt McDonald Park. Make sure to walk over the 500-foot suspension bridge and enjoy the beauty of the Snoqualmie River. Continue your scenic drive south to the acclaimed Salish Lodge for dinner, try The Attic, a cozy spot featuring a stone hearth pizza oven, furniture to relax in and a completely updated bar.

  5. Day 2:
    After breakfast at Haus Big Rock , head to downtown Snoqualmie grab a lunch to-go at the Black Dog Arts Café. While in the area pop into unique stores like Wild Hare Vintage, Corners, and the historic Carmichael’s True Value. After exploring the town, continue your journey south to spend your day in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. You can choose to hang out along the various river spots or hike on the beautiful Middle Fork Trail or Granite Creek Trail.

  6. End your time on the right note by heading into North Bend to the Wildflower Wine Shop to partake in Washington Wine and delicious local, organic food. Raise a glass to friendship and a great weekend.