Snoqualmie Pass Attractions

In Snoqualmie Pass, there is no shortage of fun outdoor activities for your family and friends to do. The Summit Inn is located right by the famous ski resort, the Summit at Snoqualmie. Here, everyone can enjoy winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and snowshoeing, regardless of skill level and experience. There's plenty to do and see in the summer too as Summit Inn is open year-round.

Hiking is a popular pastime in Snoqualmie Pass. Our hotel offers proximity to many highly trafficked trails, such as Gold Creek Snowshoe Trail, Melakwa Lake Trailhead, Kendall Katwalk Trailhead, and Franklin Falls. Many of these trails are pet-friendly, so you can bring your dog along too! Take a day trip out to surrounding towns and cities for a change of pace. Visit North Bend for more beautiful hiking sites, like Snoqualmie Falls and Mount Si, or drive out to Seattle, where you can get a view of the city at the Space Needle, shop at Pike Place Market, or see killer whales at Puget Sound. The town of Leavenworth is an hour and a half away for those planning on taking a day trip.

Featured Attractions

The Summit at Snoqualmie

The Summit at Snoqualmie is the town’s most popular winter destination! Located a short distance away from the Summit Inn, the resort serves skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels with four unique base areas and nearly 2,000 skiable acres. This is a must-see if you are in Snoqualmie Pass during the winter months of December to April. The Summit also offers tubing and snowshoeing for first-timers, families, and large groups. You can rent equipment from one of four rental shops on site.

NW Railway Museum

Located between North Bend and Snoqualmie, the Northwest Railway Museum is the largest railroad museum in the state. This museum appeals to children and adults alike, offering a fascinating look at railway history and train technology through the ages. During the summer, you can even host birthday parties aboard a vintage train ride to Snoqualmie! There are multiple locations of this museum, including the 1890 Snoqualmie Depot, the Centennial Trail Exhibit, and Railway History Center. Be sure to visit them all for a comprehensive understanding of the railroad’s importance to Washington state.

Franklin Falls

Franklin Falls is the perfect hiking spot if you are up for an outdoor challenge! One of three major waterfalls following the South Fork Snoqualmie River, this trail is accessible in the summer months and a few miles round trip. This popular trail offers a gorgeous hike. Dogs are welcome on your trip, though they will need to be leashed. Don’t miss this hidden gem of the Pacific Northwest!