We were trying to find a hike to a waterfall and were in the Dingford trail head parking lot. A member of Goldmyer was driving a 4 wheel drive vehicle and asked if we were going to the hot springs. We had never heard of it, but as we found out, many of our friends know about it. He gave us a ride and we found a well kept wilderness overlooking the Middlefork of the Snoqualmie river and surrounded by creeks, old growth forests and lovely, wilderness camping sites. We bathed in the hot springs (warning there are clothing optional times). My favorite was the cave with the hottest spring inside. It was like a steam bath with a lookout into the creek and forrest. There is a changing pavilion and a pit toilet. Bring your own food and water. As we were leaving we met a friend who had come there since he was a baby. We hiked out by way of the approx. 5 mile trail called Middlefork trail. It was a spectacular hike through forests, meadows, streams and over bridges with rushing creeks and waterfalls. We ate our lunch on a log which formed a bridge over a creek with our feet in a small cold water pool. It was one of our best anniversaries ever. Many friends we told about Goldmyer Hot Springs had been there snowshoeing, hiking and camping. Everyone seemed to know about it but us.
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