A Snoqualmie Pass cabin rental is the perfect place to take in the rich natural beauty of northern Washington, especially if you're a fan of the outdoors. The small, welcoming community is an ideal place for a restful mountain retreat, with hiking and swimming to enjoy in the summertime and some of the state's best ski slopes in the cold winter months. Experience it all with a stay in one of our Snoqualmie Pass vacation rentals.
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A tiny town of around 300 (with only 150 permanent residents), Snoqualmie Pass lies tucked away in the North Central Cascades, only 54 miles east of Seattle. The community sits between the towering Kaleetan peak and the vast expanse of Keechelus Lake. Half the fun of a trip to Snoqualmie Pass is simply taking a walk from your vacation rental and taking in the view.
Famous as a ski town, Snoqualmie Pass still has plenty of reasons for guests to visit during the warmer months. Keechelus Lake lets you spend afternoons swimming, and a boat launch means you can bring your own vessel. Stretch your legs on one of the trails surrounding the lake and enjoy some quiet contemplation. The Lake Keechelus Trailhead wraps around the western side of the lake while less crowded hiking awaits at Gold Creek Trailhead to the north, taking visitors around a peaceful pond and picnic ground.
Summertime hiking trails completely transform when blanketed with snow. Nearby mountain peaks like Silver Peak, Rampart Ridge, and Snoqualmie Mountain are beautiful during the winter months, and provide a breathtaking backdrop for adventure. Take the kids sledding on Hyak Hill or experience the stillness of the area's eastern forest on the Gold Creek Snowshoe Trail.
Of course, no winter vacation to a Snoqualmie Pass cabin rental would be complete without visiting the ski resort. Dozens of trails for every skill level ensures everyone in your group will have an amazing time. Separate hills for tubing offer even the little ones something fun to do. Get ready for skiing and snowboarding you'll never forget.
Take your mountain adventure to the next level with one of our Snoqualmie Pass cabin rentals.
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