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Routes Jon and Sarah love!
- On Saturday and Sunday Pleasant Hill Winery is usually open. It's about 2 miles outside of Carnation. It's a flat and refreshing ride and very easy to get to and from on the bike trail.
- During the week days it's nice to use the Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle. Here is the schedule. They have bike racks. You can catch the shuttle right outside Millers in downtown Carnation. A great route is to take the shuttle to the town of Snoqualmie and ride back to Carnation on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. It's an easy downhill grade following the flow of the river. In downtown Snoqualmie there is a railroad museum, a winery called Sigurillo Cellars, shopping and restaurants. Here you can also check out Snoqualmie Falls before hitting the trail back to Carnation. To get on the trail in Snoqualmie go up Tokul road and you'll see the trail on your right in about a half mile.
- Our favorite place in the entire valley is William Grassie winery. Ask Sarah about the secret back entrance from the Snoqualmie Valley Trail to the winery that she made. It's awesome and fun!
- If you are interested in exploring the Lower Valley, you can take the shuttle to quaint little Duvall, and ride back to Carnation. In Duvall there is a lot of shopping and restaurants. There is also a tasting room called Match. This bike route is flat, and moves through rolling farms and is one of the best Audubon regions in the area.
- If would like more information on other places to visit in the valley please check out this website called Savor Snoqualmie and create your own amazing day.
- There are a number of other possibilities which included but are not limited to: Meadow Brook Farm Reserve for elk watching, Cherry Valley Winery in Duvall, wineries in North Bend, back roads to Carnation Farm Educational Center, back roads to Fall City Road House Restaurant (discounted meals with Valley Vignettes), Daugherty House Museum in Duvall, lots of berry farms and farm stands.
- Misty Valley Farms is a great farm stand. It just opened. It is close and there is a way to get there in which you do not need to go on the main road very long.
- Harvold's Barry Farm is a gem of the valley. Come pick some delicious sun kissed strawberries and raspberries. Be sure to check the days they are open.
- There are many things to do in the valley. Check out Savor Snoqualmie's website and facebook page to see upcoming events.