We hiked the Twin Falls trail, and it was definitely a workout while carrying a 26-pound toddler, but worth every step. You will need a Discover Pass to park, or pay a fee, unless you park further away. Take Exit 34 off the I-90 and head South. Turn left on 159th street, and you'll dead-end at the trailhead. There are facilities at the trailhead, but it's probably best to go before you get there if you can. There are plenty of elevation changes near the middle and it may be tempting to stop (I almost did) but keep going!!! The falls are gorgeous. Take the time to take the stairs down to the lower viewing point, and then head back up and go up to the upper viewing point as well. The trip back feels shorter despite the small incline at the outset. You'll have lots of photo ops along the way as you walk along the water's edge, and you'll also see an ancient Douglas Fir protected by a fence, which is neat to see. I saw lots of kids and dogs on the trail. It's well compacted, although trail shoes would be a plus since there were a few muddy and rocky spots. I'd have given it five stars if the signage was a bit better - it would be really helpful to know how far you are from the falls as you go along.
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