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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
One of the things I love most about living within metro Seattle is the near immediate access to many excellent trails, that offer a variety of skill levels and scenic views.
Hoping to find one within easy reach, I chose to explore the Twin Falls...More
Switch back path to the falls which is all down hill from the parking lot. Went on a rainy day and it got worse as the trail progressed. Very pretty and nice falls at the end. Be prepared to walk a lot and remember that...More
Get your Discover Pass (state parks parking) and head to Olallie. It's at Exit 38, on the south side of I-90. The part that is most interesting is the long skinny section south of South Fork Snoqaulmie River and north of SE Homestead Valley Rd,...More
I was looking for twin falls, but navigation was no good and came across this gorgeous place. Went on a sunday and was packed not much parking place. Has amazing views, hicking trail was hard going up with little ones some areas where really narrow....More
Nice leisurely hike. Little muddy from previous day rains. Very busy trail head. Very small parking lot with pit toilets. Many people.parked on side of road and walked in. Went on father's day. Very crowded and had to wait on the trail due to crowds....More
very few people go here. it has a nice waterfall, the river and is very close to hiking up to the iron horse trail and rock climbing. if you want some privacy you can probably find it here. requires a permit for parking.