We went from Snoqualmie Falls to here, as we were in the area and wanted to see some more waterfalls. My aunt was told to go here and are we ever glad we did! It was a bit tricky to find, perhaps because we were looking for Twin Falls instead of Olallie State Park.
The hike through the forest is absolutely breathtaking--it's a temperate rainforest! The trees are HUGE! and being a rainforest, it is so green. the trees are growing moss, which in turn is growing ferns! and the trail is along the river, so there is a beautiful water soundtrack to match the scenery.
the path is well marked and gradually goes uphill. we were there on a Sunday, early afternoon, in July and it was busy. Great to see! Coming from Minnesota, i was so glad there weren't mosquitos everywhere as we hiked. we started out late morning, and sadly turned around before we made it to the falls, as we were all hungry. but even what we saw was fantastic!
there is a state park fee, so we paid $10 for a day pass, not having the yearly pass, but it was SO worth it!
one port-a-potty at the trailhead.
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