RIVERS, LAKES, & FALLS
Snoqualmie River - 0 Miles Away:
The rushing water is your backyard at the Luxurious Riverfront Log Home. The Snoqualmie River is a 45-mile long river in King County and Snohomish County in the state of Washington. The Snoqualmie River's three main tributaries are the North, Middle, and South Forks, which drain the west side of the Cascade Mountains near the town of North Bend and join near the town of Snoqualmie just above the Snoqualmie Falls.
Rattlesnake Lake - 2 Miles Away:
Rattlesnake Lake is located in the Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area. The lake itself has many stumps, which are used by birds as nesting sites. There is also a rare form of geese that are hybrids of Canada Geese and something unknown and rather foreign to that specific area. There is also a legend of a bugler occasionally playing taps at sunset in the woods near Rattlesnake Lake. For more than 30 years when the mysterious bugler plays, most stop to listen. The lake has recently become a popular place for locals to slackline and perform other outdoor activities on the lake's spacious, grassy shores.
Snoqualmie Falls - 7 Miles Away:
Snoqualmie Falls is a 268 ft waterfall on the Snoqualmie River between Snoqualmie and Fall City, Washington. It is one of Washington's most popular scenic attractions, but is perhaps best known internationally for its appearance in the cult television series Twin Peaks. More than 1.5 million visitors come to Snoqualmie Falls every year, where there is a two acre park, an observation deck, and a gift shop. The historic Salish Lodge & Spa overlooks Snoqualmie Falls.
Rattlesnake Ridge - 2 Miles Away:
Rattlesnake Ridge is a mountain ridge located south of North Bend and is the highest and easternmost of the Issaquah Alps. A complicated maze of abandoned logging roads and constructed trails have been strung together to provide a 10.5-mile foot path from the Snoqualmie Point Trailhead at Exit 27 on interstate I-90 all the way to the Rattlesnake Lake trailhead near Exit 32.
Mount Si - 4 Miles Away:
Enjoy panoramic views of this majestic wonder from the living area, bedrooms, and deck of the Luxurious Riverfront Log Home. Mount Si lies on the western margin of the Cascade Range and was made famous in the show Twin Peaks, which was filmed in North Bend. Mount Si is a favorite outdoor destination for residents of Puget Sound. Between 80,000 and 100,000 hikers visit Mount Si annually. The 4-mile long Mount Si trail climbs a total of 3,500 feet to reach the summit ridge. The summit of Mount Si can then be reached by an exposed scramble, class 3, up the summit block which is known as the "Haystack".
Snoqualmie Pass - 19 Miles Away:
Snoqualmie Pass, is a mountain pass that carries Interstate 90 through the Cascade Range in the State of Washington. The elevation of the pass summit is 3,022 feet. Snoqualmie Pass is the largest of the three east-west mountain routes across Washington State that are kept open year-round and carries an average of 27,087 vehicles through the pass per day.
Mount Rainier - So Large It Depends on the Access Point... Miles Away:
Yes, this is a real picture. Mount Rainier is the highest mountain in both the State of
Washington and is the most topographically prominent mountain in the contiguous
United States and the Cascade Volcanic Arc, with a summit elevation of 14,411
feet. Two volcanic craters top the summit.
Bybee Blueberry Farm - 5 Miles Away:
This u-pick farm is a great place to spend some time with
the family and get back to nature. Try to spot some elusive mountain goats
while you pick the biggest, freshest blueberries (six varieties), raspberries
and vegetables in your own peaceful little corner of the field.
Baxter Barn - 13 Miles Away:
Baxter Barn sits on 2½ acres with trees, gardens, pastures,
a seasonal creek, and lawns. It is a working farm with horses, mini-donkeys,
chickens, pheasant, and quail. The farm is quiet and peaceful, nestled at the
end a rural road. Baxter Barn offers tours including one-on-one time hands-on experience with animals.
Goldmyer Hot Springs -
25 Miles Away:
Goldmyer Hot Springs is found nestled in the foothills of
the Cascade Mountains. Visitors gain access to a crystal clear natural
geothermal hot spring via rugged wilderness terrain and a hiking trail through
old growth forest with beautiful waterfall views. Amenities provided to
visitors are limited but include an open-air cabana at the hot spring pools. Winter access is typically limited and an SUV or truck is recommended when visiting.
DirtFish Rally School - 7 Miles Away:
DirtFish Rally School welcomes rally fans, automotive
enthusiasts and thrill seekers. DirtFish provides opportunities for rally
driving including open classes, vehicle testing, specialist training, and a
simulator room. The site including a rally car museum is over 315 acres and offers gravel, mud, and tarmac
as well as open and wooded areas.
REI Issaquah (Outdoor Store and Rentals) - 17 Miles Away:
REI is an outdoor equipment, gear and clothing
supercenter for camping, fishing, climbing, cycling, fitness, hiking, skiing, snowboarding,
kayaking and more. It also offers a complete bike, ski & snowboard
shop, and various recreation equipment rentals and classes/tours. If you have a
question about local outdoor activities, REI is a fantastic resource and can likely answer it or
point you in the right direction.
GAMING, NIGHTLIFE, & ENTERTAINMENT
Snoqualmie Casino - 6 Miles Away:
Snoqualmie Casino offers the thrill of Vegas-style gaming and world-class entertainment mere minutes from Seattle at I-90 east, Exit 27. From the fast-paced gaming floor, to the pulsing nightlife in Snoqualmie Casino's three upscale lounges, clubs and bars, the action at Snoqualmie Casino is endless. Add a renowned concert venue, five exceptional restaurants, a swanky cigar lounge, and Snoqualmie Casino is a world away from boredom.
North Bend Premium Outlets - 3 Miles Away:
Over 50 outlet stores are available for all of your shopping needs. Find impressive savings at Adidas, Bass, Carter's, Coach, Eddie Bauer, Gap Outlet, Izod, Nike, Nine West, OshKosh B'gosh, Skechers, Van Heusen, VF Outlet, Volcom, Zumiez and more.
Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square - 26 Miles Away:
An upscale shopping destination.
The Shops at the Bravern - 26 Miles Away:
A European-inspired (very) upscale shopping destination.
Northwest Railway Museum - 6 Miles Away:
The Museum consists of several locations, the 1890
Snoqualmie Depot, the Centennial Trail Exhibit, and Railway History Center including an old train boneyard. The
depot has been restored to its turn of the century grandeur and is presented as
an operating train station and includes a gift shop. The train runs Saturdays
and Sundays, April through the end of October.
Bellevue - 24 Miles Away
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