Visitors can park along the roadside and this waterfall is just a short walk away. There are several viewing platforms, which provide a lot of different angles for photographing the waterfall.
This is one of my favorite photos - the sun illuminating the forest in the distance at the sightseers are mesmerized by the roar of the falling water. It was 7:30 pm and the light was perfect.
I also wanted to show you these beautiful pine trees growing straight and strong on the edge of the rocky cliff. Majestic.
I found a selection of videos on the Snoqualmie Falls website, if you want to see the waterfall in action. (*Note: The first video in the list is dated October 22, 2013. It shows the walk to the lower falls. It is long and not worth it. Move on to some of the other choices.)
You can see the Salish Lodge and Spa peeking out in the top left corner of this photograph. My good friend used to live in Seattle and she recommended that we come back to the Salish Lodge and Inn for brunch. Sounds wonderful, doesn't it?