Family Things to Do Near Snoqualmie Pass, Washington

Family Things to Do Near Snoqualmie Pass, Washington
Snoqualmie Pass, Washington, is an area well-known for a host of exciting activities for the whole family. It's a regular winter wonderland in the winter and in the summer features a wide variety of water-oriented and nature-oriented ways to entertain the entire family. No matter what your preferences, you'll find all sorts of fun in this gorgeous little town.

Snoqualmie Pass in the Winter

In the winter, much of the family fun in Snoqualmie Pass revolves around the Summit at Snoqualmie Pass. The Summit at Snoqualmie Pass features skiing, tubing, ice skating and snow boarding. The entire family can take lessons to get better acquainted with the slopes, and there are special programs for kids 3 years old and up.

The Summit at Snoqualmie Pass
1001 State Route 906
Snoqualmie Pass, Washington 98068
(425) 434-7669

Float Through the Air in Snoqualmie Pass

One truly exciting way to the keep the family entertained is by taking glider lessons. Snoqualmie Pass offers lessons and you can rent the equipment for as long as you like. The lessons and rentals are, however, better for families without extremely young children because there are regulations on the age at which you can participate.

Northwest Soaring
Cle Elum Airport, 2100 Airport Road
Cle Elum, Washington 98922
(509) 674-0294

Snoqualmie Pass in the Summer

In the summer time, much of the outdoor fun in Snoqualmie Pass revolves around the water. Consider renting a boat. Explore the stunning lakes at Snoqualmie Pass by way of kayak or canoe. Go for a swim in the clean water of the lake and cool off on a hot summer's day. Bring fishing poles and try your hand at catching a few.

Box Canyon Outfitters
20 Blue Jay Lane
Port Ludlow, Washington 98365
(800) 869-3225

Article Written By Catherine Madison

Catherine Madison is a full-time freelance writer specializing in travel and food. She has written for "Stir Magazine," My Food Place, Hispanic Kitchen and Sustainability. Madison holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of Georgia.

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