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Posted on: December 10, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Snoqualmie’s Nightly Trail of Lights Will Twinkle, Sparkle & Delight

2019 Snoqualmie Winter Lights Trail Map

Snoqualmie, WA – Beginning at dusk each night through January 7, follow a sparkling trail of lights with ten light displays. This new tradition in Snoqualmie is a must-see for the holidays.

The trail starts at the Salish Lodge & Spa, 6501 Railroad Ave SE. Park across the street from Snoqualmie Falls Park and wander in awe at the beautiful holiday tree, lights throughout the park, and the lighting of Snoqualmie Falls. This is a picture-perfect place for selfies.

Follow the Trail of Lights toward Historic Snoqualmie, passing many light installations along the way starting with the Snow Plow Steam Train. The lights continue to the Centennial Log, Railroad Park’s enchanting trees, and the gazebo with a mailbox for letters to Santa, 7971 Railroad Ave SE. Parking is available throughout downtown Snoqualmie.

Next, gaze upon the Snoqualmie Winter Lights Holiday Tree, explore the Snoqualmie Train Depot at the Northwest Railway Museum, and meander along the boardwalk to the Historic Legacy Trees wrapped in lights and decorated with enormous hanging ornaments, another photo-op and selfie station.

A few feet farther on the boardwalk is the bedazzled sawmill bandwheel across from the shops and restaurants downtown. Just around the corner along Falls Avenue SE, is the Majestic Walnut Tree with thousands of sparkling lights and ornaments. You can reach the illuminated garden with the walnut tree by walking down Falls Avenue SE or cutting through Down to Earth Flowers & Gifts at 8096 Railroad Ave SE.

Print the Trail of Lights map on the City of Snoqualmie website at

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Nicole Wiebe, City of Snoqualmie

425-888-1555 ext. 1158

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