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I see a lot of families, groups, singles, and people with dogs on the hike. It is one of the favorites for most to go on during any time of the year. Get there early for a parking spot and don't forget your Discover Pass.
Twin falls is a short hike. This might not be the best first hike for a young kid to try out. It is rocky and sometimes slippery and narrow. If you have a jumpy, daring kid, you will need to pay extra attention. You can...More
I hiked this alone after snoqualmie falls, and it was beautiful. There are three falls along the trail, as well as views of new and old growth forest. To get to parts of the waterfall views you need to take a fork in the path...More
We wanted to find a beautiful place to hike that did not require a long drive. Luckily, we found out about Twin Falls when checking out possible destinations. The well maintained trail follows the river. Huge mossy trees and lush greenery are everywhere to be...More
A rushing river on one side and babbling brooks on the other, with a canopy of trees all around. You can’t go wrong with this setting in any season. A light snowfall was underway during our trek and it couldn’t have been lovelier. Free parking...More
Went hiking to Twin Falls on one of the free state parks days. I am quite over weight and I was able to hike all of the way up to the upper falls which is a little past where most people turn around. Great views....More
What. A. Hike!
I had heard many positive reviews of this trail, but was waiting for the entire trail to reopen after a washout in 2014 with the death of a hiker. While there are still no plans to repair the trail you are given...More