The majestic Snoqualmie River Valley, situated between Seattle and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, is steeped in heritage, rugged and pastoral beauty, arts, and culture. Farmers take advantage of the fertile soils in the lower valley, supplying fresh produce to restaurants and farmer’s markets. Premiere outdoor activities abound, including hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing. The Valley’s small towns —Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie and North Bend— retain a strong main-street heritage populated with unique stores and restaurants, but maintain a deep connection to the forests and farms just beyond the city limits. Slow down, breathe deep, and enjoy all that the Snoqualmie Valley has to offer!


Explore the Valley

Map your Adventure

The Snoqualmie Valley is full of amazing thing to do like bird watching, exploring the local art scene, mountain biking, and visiting historic places and museums. Discover your new favorite spots using our interactive map where you can find breweries and wineries, local food and farms, unique stores and restaurants, hiking trails and more.

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Plan your visit

Explore our Itineraries

You don’t have to travel far to enjoy yourself. Explore our trip itineraries to plan your day or weekend. Whether you love antiques, family fun, heritage, or Twin Peaks, you will find something you’re sure to love.

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Coffee, Art and Collectibles
The Snoqualmie Valley is full of unique stores, antique shops, and local art. Those who enjoy coffee are in for...
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A Walk at Meadowbrook Farm
Meadowbrook Farm is an important story location to the Snoqualmie Tribal people, historically maintained as a prairie through traditional...
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From the Blog

Tolt-Carnation Historical Museum's New Home

Tolt-Carnation Historical Museum has a new home! Now located at the historic Hjertoos House at Carnation Tree Farm—next to Tolt MacDonald Park—the museum includes numerous exhibits documenting the history and culture
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Order a Savor Brochure

Our brochures & maps have great information about local trails, farms, and best kept secrets in the Snoqualmie Valley. Pick up one at any Valley visitor center. You can also follow the link below to download or request a copy in the mail.

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