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Snoqualmie Falls, WA

Snoqualmie is a small community located 25 miles east of Seattle. The city is a place of small town charm, historic landmarks, scenic beauty, and community growth.

Snoqualmie Falls attracts visitors from around the world with its 268-foot cascade over granite cliffs into the lower Snoqualmie River. It is a spectacular experience year-round that can be enjoyed from the observation deck or from the foot at the falls, accessed by the Snoqualmie Falls River Trail.

Located north of I-90 at the SR 202. Distance from Seattle Downton or Bellevue: 25 miles east. The Snoqualmie Falls are 268 ft (ca. 82 m) high and excel the famous Niagara Falls in New York State which are 173 ft / 53 m on the Canadian side and 180 ft / 55 m on the U.S. side.
Try to visit the close-by Salis Lodge which is perched on one side of the crest. It's the location where the TV production "Twin Peaks" was filmed and also the place where the original Snoqualmie Falls Lodge was in 1916.

Snoqualmie is a small community located 25 miles east of Seattle. The city is a place of small town charm, historic landmarks, scenic beauty, and community growth.
Snoqualmie Falls attracts visitors from around the world with its 268-foot cascade over granite cliffs into the lower Snoqualmie River. It is a spectacular experience year-round that can be enjoyed from the observation deck or from the foot at the falls, accessed by the Snoqualmie Falls River Trail.

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The Snoqualmie Waterfalls are higher than the Niagara Falls
The Snoqualmie Waterfalls are higher than the Niagara Falls

   
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