This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$375 - $495 per night 2 night min stay
$300 - $500 per night 2 night min stay
Recent Snoqualmie Pass reviews
"We all loved the home. It was clean and in very good condition. We had 6 adults and 3 children and everyone was comfortable. The beds were great, good mattresses and linens. The game room kept the boys busy much of the time. Even though it was January, the resorts were closed because of lack of snow but we still had fun. Plenty of towels. The kitchen pots and knives left a little to be desired so bring your favorites from home and a sharp chefs knife. Otherwise plenty of dishes. The home is very close to the snoqualmie pass ski resorts (5 min drive) but the only thing open was the innertube runs, which is great fun, especially for the kids. We would definitely rent this home again! Maybe next year!"Guest: Carol S. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 9, 2014View listing
"We had a family reunion at this cabin and it was an amazing experience. The cabin is huge, well appointed and had everything we needed. There were 17 of us including children and we never had to worry about getting in the way of each other. The kitchen was very well-stocked, better than indicated in the description. The game room was a hit with the kids and adults alike. I would highly recommend this property for any gathering, especially for larger groups. There were enough activities to keep us busy for a week including the teenagers. The property was clean and comfortable. The owners/property managers were quick to respond to questions and very helpful."Guest: Linda M. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: October 25, 2014View listing
"We could not have been happier with this great cabin. We are a family of five and spent 3 nights at Snoqualmie at the Hunt Cabin during our spring break up from Florida. We had room enough to relax and recuperate after our days on the slope. Our kids are 16, 13 and 11 so it could have been cramped, but it was not because of the nice layout of the unit. The heated floors were amazing, we all feel in love with them. The Shower/Sauna was also a bonus. Everything was as promised; clean, comfortable and well stocked. The host is very accommodating. We borrowed sleds, warm clothes, and Brandi went above and beyond when she mailed my sons DS back to Florida after he left it in the cabin. If we have the opportunity we will be back!"Guest: Gail Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 27, 2014View listing
"The house was great, lots of sleeping room for guests. Clean modern furnishings and garage parking for vehicles and gear. We were very comfortable there and the open living room/kitchen was a good evening hangout space. The only negative was the proximity to the highway and the noise of trucks in the early morning, but I would just bring earplugs next time."Guest: BC Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 21, 2014View listing
Snoqualmie Pass Travel Tips
Best Season for Traveling to Snoqualmie Pass Vacation Rentals
Snoqualmie Pass is best known as an expansive winter ski area. Good annual snowfalls ensure that the many miles of trails are well packed in season. It is one of Washington State’s largest ski resort areas and conveniently located a few hours’ drive from Seattle. The peak ski period is December through January, although snow remains on some slopes as late as April. If you travel in peak season, an advantage is that you get to enjoy night skiing on selected trails. The quiet serenity of the slopes at night is quite an experience. While the ski resorts may close as the seasons turn, they certainly don’t go into hibernation. As the snows melt, the area becomes a haven for hikers and mountain bikers.
Skiers and Mountainbikers Love Staying at Snoqualmie Pass Cabins
All through the winter months ski and snowboard enthusiasts travel to Snoqualmie to enjoy the powder. It’s a great destination for groups of friends to visit for an extended weekend. Rental homes are especially suitable for families as they offer spacious accommodation at an affordable rate. When the seasons change, the visitors still flock to Snoqualmie. Instead of skis, they bring along their backpacks, hiking boots and mountainbikes.
Snoqualmie Pass Lodging Options
In Snoqualmie Pass, there are several kinds of lodging options available as vacation rentals. Depending on the size of your vacation party, you can rent a cozy cabin or a spacious log home for the duration of your stay. As standard, you can expect a fireplace and large windows that frame the mountain views. Comfortable sofas and stylish furnishing complement the spacious open plan designs found in most rental cabins. Well equipped kitchens, entertainment centers, and stylish bathrooms complete the picture. Most rentals are conveniently located near ski shuttles, grocery stores and restaurants which mean that meal times and getting around are easy.
Activities near Snoqualmie Pass
Winter snow activities are the primary attractions at Snoqualmie Pass. The largest ski resort is The Summit which has four different ski areas: Alpental, Summit East, Summit Central, and Summit West. In total, there are 78 different trails catering to varying levels of skiing abilities. Many of the trails are ungroomed and it’s a popular backcountry skiing destination. The Nordic Center has more than 50 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails. For snowboarders, the Summit Terrain Park offers a huge variety of runs. Details of snowshoe trails can be obtained from the local info center. This is a great alternative way to explore the slopes.
Après skiing activities can be enjoyed in the local restaurants and bars. Although with the night skiing passes available at The Summit, you may end up having a very late night meal. In season, the area has a bustling vibe and there is always something to keep you entertained if you want to take a break from the slopes.
In the summertime, the region is transformed into an outdoor adventure zone. Miles of excellent mountain biking trails attract the fit and adventurous. If you are looking for a family outing, the area has numerous hiking trails that cater for different levels of abilities. Trek through the forests and be rewarded with magnificent views from the mountain peaks. Several multi-day hiking trails also pass through the area. If you enjoy water sports, you can go waterskiing or boating at the nearby Lake Kachess. In season, there are sometimes jet skis available for hire which you can rent by the hour. If you don’t have your own boat, you can arrange a charter through the local tourist office.