Discover a selection of 415 vacation rentals in Snoqualmie Pass that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and fireplaces. Prices start at $169 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Snoqualmie Pass. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Make memories in Snoqualmie Pass vacation home rentals

Snoqualmie Pass carries Interstate Highway 90 across the Cascade Range through magnificent mountain scenery, linking Seattle to the east. Its name derives from the Native American Snoqualmie people of the region. Since the first alpine ski runs were cleared in the 1930s, Snoqualmie Pass has become a major destination for visitors looking to pursue winter sports and other outdoor recreation activities all year round. Snoqualmie Pass vacation rentals provide the perfect base for families, with comfortable, family-friendly mountain chalets to suit all budgets for vacations you'll remember for a lifetime.

Things to do

Sightseeing near Snoqualmie Pass vacation rentals

The Snoqualmie Pass and the Snoqualmie Valley offer a family-friendly natural paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. Due to its location in the Cascade mountains, winter sports are unsurprisingly the main attraction, with the Summit at Snoqualmie offering every kind of snowy activity for winter sports enthusiasts. There are great vacation rentals available all year round to suit every pocket, and during the summer there are also many family-friendly campsites from which you can strike out and enjoy the beauty, serenity and peace of the spectacular mountain landscape.

Activities

Things to do near Snoqualmie Pass vacation homes

Although the Snoqualmie Pass area is a popular vacation location for families, all year round, during winter, you can pursue a wide variety of winter sports, from alpine and cross-country skiing to snowboarding and even snowmobiling. For hikers, the Pacific Crest Trail crosses through the pass and during the spring and summer, the mountain trails are alive with walkers, cyclists and climbers. And for those with a taste for more extreme activities, paragliders and hang gliders can also be seen soaring high above the Snoqualmie Valley and along the ridge.

Weather

Local weather for your trip to Snoqualmie Pass vacation homes

In the Snoqualmie Pass region, you can both feel and see the seasons change. As the Interstate 90 highway climbs into the Cascades, it passes through a microclimate, which produces considerable snowfall in winter—sometimes up to 400 inches. This makes the area perfect for winter sports, with all the snowy activities you could wish for, but always check the regular weather reports before venturing out onto the slopes. During the warm and temperate spring and summer months, the mountain temperatures can reach around 70°F making it perfect for hikers, campers and mountain bikers.

Natural features

Through the cascades over the Snoqualmie Pass

The Snoqualmie Pass is an area of stunning natural beauty, with high mountains, deep forests, and pristine lakes, making it a favorite spot for winter sports enthusiasts, hikers, and climbers alike. The main ski and winter sports slopes are to be found on Snoqualmie Summit. Outside the ski season, there are many popular nature trails ranging from family-friendly forest and lakeside walks to more mountainous treks for the serious hiker. The area also abounds in wildlife, including deer, coyotes and elk, so walk softly and keep your eyes peeled, you may even spot them from one or more Snoqualmie vacation rentals.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Snoqualmie Pass

Fly into Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle - Tacoma Intl.), the closest airport, located 49 mi (78.8 km) from the city center.

Family friendly

Family fun near Snoqualmie Pass vacation homes

Kids will love the attractions of Snoqualmie Pass. Vacation rentals can be found near family-friendly places like Gold Creek Snowshoe Trail, a family-friendly route for snowshoers, cross-country skiers, and summer hikers, and Washington State Ski & Snowboard Museum, a charming museum with exhibits on the history of winter sports. Kids will also like Lodge Lake, a vast lake that’s popular for boating and fishing.

Good for couples

Romantic vacation rentals in Snoqualmie Pass

Snoqualmie Pass is a haven for outdoorsy couples. Vacation homes are available near places like the Summit at Snoqualmie, a ski area with several peaks, lifts, terrain parks, and bars and restaurants, and Franklin Falls, a tiered waterfall on Snoqualmie River that’s popular for hiking and picnicking. You'll also like Gold Creek Pond, a scenic pond with opportunities for outdoor activities.

How many vacation rentals are available around Snoqualmie Pass?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 415 vacation rentals around Snoqualmie Pass. From 41 cabin rentals to 350 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.