Stay and Play at Salish Lodge

Salish Lodge and Spa has created five new adventure packages that let clients explore the Cascade Mountains and Snoqualmie Valley


Salish Lodge and Spa has created five new adventure packages that let clients explore the Cascade Mountains and Snoqualmie Valley by foot, kayak, mountain bike or golf cart. The lodge is partnering with local outfitters to offer such guided excursions as fly-fishing, river kayaking, mountain biking and hiking, while golfers can experience an award-winning golf course located minutes from the lodge.

The half-day Fly-Fishing excursion on the Snoqualmie River comes with equipment, a personal guide, snacks and beverages.

The half-day River Kayaking package lets clients experience the Snoqualmie River Canyon. Including instruction, gear, transportation, snacks and beverages, the outing is designed for novices to intermediate paddlers and requires no prior experience.

The half-day Mountain Biking adventure travels the world-class terrain of Snoqualmie, with a guide, snacks, beverages, mountain bike and helmet rental.

The Hiking package, providing a guide service, snacks and water, explores old growth fir trees, raging rivers, alpine lakes and breathtaking waterfalls of the Snoqualmie Valley.

The Salish Golf package includes a round of golf for two and a cart at the Jack Nicklaus-designed TPC Snoqualmie Ridge golf course, home of the Champions Tour Boeing Classic. Guests get one round of golf for two, cart rental and use of the driving range facility prior to tee time.

Each adventure package includes transportation to and from the activities and one night in a newly renovated Salish Lodge guest room furnished with wood-burning fireplace, goose-down comforter, feather bed and two-person whirlpool tub. Excursions depart directly from the lodge. Priced from $409-$619 per night, the packages are available through Sept. 15, 2010.

Located 30 minutes east of downtown Seattle and within 40 minutes of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the 89-room Salish Lodge overlooks 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls.

Salish Lodge and Spa
www.salishlodge.com

 

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