Top Ten Snoqualmie Valley Photos of 2021 (According to Instagram)

The end of the year is all about top ten lists.

In addition to our upcoming post on the top stories of 2021, as many readers know, the active Living Snoqualmie Instagram page shares many photos of the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley… some are from local photographers. We take a few, and some are from stories on the page.

At the end of this year, we tracked the total “likes” of all photos shared on Instagram – as compiled within their insights – to rank the top 10 pictures.

We hope people will continue to share photos with us in 2021 on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook– message them to any of our social media platforms or email info@livingsnoqualmie.com.

Here are the 10 Most Liked Instagram Photos for 2021

10) Compass Outdoor Adventures at the Snoqualmie Tunnel, Business Comings: Welcome to the Neighborhood South Fork, 11/6/2021

9) Food from The Well & Table, From the Farm to the Table: Coming Business, Run by Locals, Announces a New Partnership, 7/17/2021

8) Twin Peaks sign on Reinig Road, Twin Peaks Day the Perfect Remedy for Covid Ennui, 2/22/2021

Photo Credit: Don Detrick

7) Downtown North Bend, Production Company Working in the Snoqualmie Valley, Delays Possible in Downtown North Bend, 8/6/2021 (Also the #3 most clicked story on Living Snoqualmie)

Photo Credit: Danny Raphael

6) Trail Cam photos, by Living Snoqualmie, 10/3/2021

5) Roaring Falls video, by Living Snoqualmie, 11/12/2021

4) Riverbend Café Crew, Business Goings | The Riverbend Café Says Goodbye After 12 Years in North Bend, 10/27/2021 (Also the #9 most clicked story on Living Snoqualmie)

3) Summer and Ellie Nowicki, Crossing the Finish Line with North Bend’s Ellie Nowicki, 11/22/2021

2) Valley Rainbow 10/7/2021, by Blake Penido

1) Northern Lights, 10/12/2021, by Travis Wetherbee

[Note the date on the photos is the date shared to Instagram, not the date taken]

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