Issaquah and the Snoqualmie Valley offer guests the Pacific Northwest’s experience with historic Main Streets, and hyper-local authentic shopping and dining some of the state’s most sought-after hiking and mountain biking trails.
“Issaquah Alps” and Snoqualmie Valley
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A tour of TreeHouse Point provides a glimpse into the world and craft of woodworking and lofty lodges where you will find a magical forest experience at TreeHouse Point with 7 unique treehouses.
Whether you choose chocolate or a bit of nostalgia – the charm of historic Gilman Village, with over 40 independent shops and restaurants, is a lovely time.
DAY – 2
Enjoy dining al fresco for lunch or dinner on Front Street and over 30 locations in our charming historic town with various cuisines with plenty of selfie spots.
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DAY – 4
Issaquah’s “Emerald Necklace’ of connected trails is perfect for hiking backpacking and cycling and features art from one of the state’s 6 Creative Arts District. When in season pick fruit from the trees on Gilman Blvd and our Edible Landscape.