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Snoqualmie Pass Post Office

  • Washington
  • 47.422340° N 121.411110° W
  • .25 miles
  • Approximately 2402 trail miles
  • No

Post Office

The post office is located at the Chevron station.

Mailing Address

Pacific Crest Trail Hiker
Your Name
Expected Time of Arrival (month/day/year)
c/o General Delivery
Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068

Camp Stove Fuels

  • Alcohol

Other Info

The postmaster does not have room to store packages in the small office at the Chevron station. Packages are normally held at the Real Post Office way down the hill in North Bend. He will help you out if you address the package to exactly as shown above. The post office has very limited hours. It is open MON-SAT from 10:00am to noon.

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Gorilla Ultralight Backpack - Gear Guide for Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

Are you all set on gear for the Pacific Crest Trail? Check out our Ultimate Gear Guide for the PCT ->