Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068

Major recreational area in the midst of beautiful mountains and pristine national forests

Snoqualmie Pass is a major winter and summer recreational area bordered in part by the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and the Wenatchee National Fores, home to the Community of Snoqualmie Pass and the largest ski resort area in the state. The dividing line of King and Kittitas Counties passes through the community at The Summit. Snoqualmie Pass draws hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, many to sample the wilderness beauty, travel the national forest trails, and a growing number who participate in the ever expanding recreational activities.

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Snoqualmie Pass Ski Areas

Mar. 20, 2013

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Darcy LaBelle
Windermere Real Estate
Madison Park



Eagle Pond Yacht Club
Eagle Pond, Idaho

Membership presently closed for 2013 Boating season






February 25, 2013
Kittitas County

Public Works RE: Road Paving
Treasurer RE: Taxes for 2013
See KITTITAS COUNTY above and click on Ellensburg

February 20, 2013
Forest Service notices RE:

Glacier Peak Wilderness Trail Closures and
Taneum Sno-Park Disruption

See KITTITAS COUNTY above and click on Cle Elum

February 15, 2013
Silver in Sochi, Russia for Patrick Deneen

February 3, 2013
Patrick Deneen is number 1 in USA and number 3 in World as Freestyle Skier after two wins at Deer Valley.
See NEWS above and click on Local or see KITTITAS COUNTY above and click on Cle Elum


Skiing, Hiking, Backpacking, Camping, Biking, Boating, Kayaking--It's all here

Since the beginning, Snoqualmie Pass has been known for its importance as a gateway to commerce, its appeal as a beautiful wilderness area, and its value as a recreational area close to Washington's largest population region.







David Black