Snoqualmie Point Park

EASY 5 reviews

Snoqualmie Point Park is a 0.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Snoqualmie, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
0.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
49 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

walking

views

wild flowers

hiking
10 days ago

Beautiful views of the valley. Not a lot of people even on a warm summer Saturday. It's walkable, but the paths are not very well laid out and unmarked so it trying to follow what paths there are can be confusing. Love the stage (which is fully accessible), and I'm wondering what events are held here. The stage and gentle hill in front of it make a natural amphitheater and could be great for music or theater.

hiking
2 months ago

5/26/2018 (Saturday) - This small park is not for hiking but for view seeing. It provides a nice view of around 160 degrees to enjoy peak and mountains far and new in a fine afternoon to the direction of east and north. From here we take a slow walk up to the "popular" Stan's Overlook where the view is diminished year by year by the growing trees. The parking lot is more than full because of the coming numerous mountain bikers for the use of the new biking route. The hiking traffic on the old trail remains light on this long weekend Saturday.

walking
11 months ago

Neat little cool down area to picnic or cool off after a completing the nearby hikes. Actually had a better view than Stan's Lookout! Fairly level and clean/comfy benches to sit on while admiring the scenery. Great view of Mt Si. Far enough away from 90 you don't hear any road noise. I will definitely be returning!

hiking
Friday, June 06, 2014

This is the jump-off point to access Rattlesnake Mountain NW. I did this two days ago to finish all the Issaquah Alps peaks. Along with Taylor Mountain, this has to be one of the least interesting areas of the Issaquah Alps. On the other hand, this is one of the endpoints for Rattlesnake Ridge, which is great.

walking
Sunday, July 01, 2012