- Make one of the many Snoqualmie campgrounds your home base so you can explore the natural area surrounding it
- Dust off the those two wheels and tackle one of the local mountain bike trails
- Enjoy the views and uncrowded hike of Beckler Peak Trail while you hunt for your next big trophy
What can I see and do at the Snoqualmie National Forest?
- Camping: In the Snoqualmie National Forest, you can camp at Bedal campground, Gold Basin Campground, Marble Creek Campground or Money Creek campground. Each has a variety of campsites available and from these campgrounds you will be able to enjoy all of the natural attractions that Snoqualmie has to offer.
- Hiking and Climbing: Some of the best mountain climbing trails within the Snoqualmie National Forest WA are Neiderprum Trail #643, Perry Creek Trail #711, Sloan Peak #648, and Sunrise Mine #707. Challenge yourself with a good hike and a little rock climbing to get the full extent of Snoqualmie’s natural beauty.
- Big Game Hunting: Looking for your next meal? Beckler Peak Trail #1240 is a great area for big game hunting. It provides good views, is not crowded, and is fun to hike. Make sure that you have all the necessary permits before setting out on this trail.
- Mountain Biking: Some of the best mountain biking trails in Snoqualmie National Forest are Chocwich Mountain bike trail, Baring Mountain Road, and Lewis Creek Road #6022.
Where is the Snoqualmie National Forest?
Snoqualmie National Forest Washington is about 100 miles southwest of Leavenworth. The official address is 2930 Wetmore Ave Suite 3A Everett, WA 98201.
How much does visiting the Snoqualmie National Forest cost?
In order to visit the national forest, you will need a Discover Pass which costs $10 and can be ordered through the mail or picked up at the parks campground.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information please call (425) 783-6000