Guye Peak Lodges

Address: 11 Guye Peak Lane, Snoqualmie Pass, Washington, 98068, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11 Guye Peak Lane, Snoqualmie Pass, is near Gold Creek Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Snoqualmie Pass

The Pink Yo-Yo

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Aug 19, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

Sometimes I have a tendency to do things a bit differently. I crave the rush that comes with knowing I'm making a stupid, brash, and in the moment decision. This is why I was probably the one that was least surprised when these thoughts started finding there way into my head. With over 4 1/2 months of walking and near 2,500 miles walked, my journey seemed to be coming to a close. I was just 5 days away from the Canadian border now. I took ...

Treehouse Point

A travel blog entry by sstevens_99 on Feb 12, 2015

... bird Keeper, around as she introduced us to the various Macaw varieties in the zoo. We met Ejea (pronounced "A-ha"), who is a Blue-and-gold Macaw, who was the attention seeker of the group. He liked to say "Hi", "Hello" and "Peek-a-boo" (whereupon he would put his wing over his head and hide). Lola, the Scarlet Macaw, likes to dance (bobbing her head up and down to a non-existent beat). Kiwi, the Scarlet Macaw, made animal noises - imitating ...

We almost fixed it!

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Sep 10, 2014

5 photos

The travelpod app lets us backlog and edit or create entries while offline and then upload later upon wifi access. This is usually a blessing. For the last two weeks Short Step has diligently helped me edit and produce over a month of missing entries only to have the app break on us and needing to be deleted and reinstalled. This effectively lost all the back work. We ...

An awesome day!

A travel blog entry by darrylg on Sep 09, 2013

26 photos

... I thought. After another boring road with every thing shades of brown and flat sage I started gaining altitude and as I came over the hill I gasped at the gorgeous azure blue lake below . . . Such a contrast.

The dam is huge. The museum there was small but interesting.

Leaving there I took 155 to intercept Route 2 further west. It was spectacular. It flanked the lake for 30 miles. There were interesting ...

This is the true end to my journey

A travel blog entry by angel.mathis on Aug 26, 2013

1 comment

... those 5 minutes go fast! Because of her, my aid stationing went very smoothly. To my point above about developing deep bonds with crew, Broeck sent me this message which I hope she doesn’t mind me sharing, “I'm not sure if you feel this way, Angel and Tim...but I wish that we were all still out there parading you through the forests and mountains! What an exhilarating weekend watching and supporting you 100 milers...a true inspiration to ...