Snoqualmie Pass


Snoqualmie Pass is named for the mountain pass that carries Interstate 90 across the Cascade Range, which itself is named for the Snoqualmie tribe. The area consists of mountain chalets that are mainly seasonally occupied by residents of the Seattle area, with approximately 150 year-round residents. Winter sports are the main draw, but outdoor recreation is available year round.



Snoqualmie Pass is also the site of the Summit at Snoqualmie, a group of alpine ski areas.