Salish offers adventure packages

Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie is inviting guests to explore the Cascade Mountains and the Snoqualmie Valley by boat, foot or bike, through new adventure packages.

The Lodge partners with local outfitters to offer guided excursions throughout the region, including fly-fishing, river kayaking, mountain biking and hiking.

The “Fly-Fishing Getaway” offers a half-day fly-fishing trip on the Snoqualmie River. Guests will receive equipment, a personal guide, snacks and beverages.

The “River Kayaking Package” half-day trip includes instruction, gear, transportation, snacks and beverages, is designed for novices to intermediate paddlers and requires no prior experience.

The “Mountain Biking Adventure” utilizes the world-class terrain throughout Snoqualmie for an exhilarating guided trip complete with snacks, beverages, mountain bike and helmet rental.

Visitors can explore the old growth fir trees, raging rivers, alpine lakes and breathtaking waterfalls of the Snoqualmie Valley with the “Hike and Stay Package.”

Each adventure package includes one night accommodations. Following a day of activity, guests will return to a cozy guestroom with a wood-burning fireplace, goose-down comforter, feather bed and two-person whirlpool tub.

“We feel extremely fortunate to offer these world-class adventure opportunities as one of several unique guest amenities here at Salish Lodge & Spa,” said Lenny Zilz, general manager at the Salish, said the lodg and its outfitter partners will offer unparalleled experiences while upholding a commitment to excellent guest service.

Each excursion departs directly from The Lodge and transportation is included. Package rates range from $429 to $649 per night. Packages are available through September 15. For more information or to make a reservation visit or call 800-2-SALISH.

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