It has over one and a half million visitors a year and has been producing electricity for over 100 years.
The Salish Lodge, seen in the upper picture, was built around 1916 and was later remodeled and a spa added. It is now a favorite of honeymooners.
Yes I put on my helmut of Salvation, clung to my camera and with trembling legs I walked out onto this contraption! YIKES! It was like being suspended in the air, but the view was unbelievable. Maybe it wouldn't have been so terrifying if I wasn't over weight??
The Native American people who lived here for centuries believe this is a spiritual place. Snoqualmie Falls was the first Native American Spiritual site to be listed on the States register of historical places.