A Great Northern Town

Skykomish was incorporated in 1909 as a booming railroad and logging town centered around the Great Northern Railway. The city was populated by many different people who came to work in the logging and mining industries. Today the city is now a community popular for its outdoor recreational activities and tourism industry. There are many hiking trails and abandoned logging rides for residents and visitors to use. It is located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie national Forest newar Deception Falls on the Skykomish River. It is also close to Stevens Pass, located just 17 miles away, and can be accessed through the Cascade Highway.

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