Marymere Falls Trail - Olympic National Park, WA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member RakeInTheCache
N 48° 03.487 W 123° 47.337
10U E 441214 N 5323060
Marymere Falls is one of most popular family-friendly hikes on the Olympic Peninsula.
Waymark Code: WM183Y3
Location: Washington, United States
Date Posted: 05/25/2023
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member pmaupin
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Starting near the shoreline from either the Storm King Ranger Station or Lake Crescent Lodge, you will quickly become immersed in the old-growth, moss-laden forest that surrounds Lake Crescent. The trail is very well maintained and relatively flat until reaching a set of nature stairs to the Marymere Falls viewpoints along the “Falls Loop” where you will gain about 200 feet. The nature stairs begin shortly after two scenic bridge crossings over Barnes Creek and Falls Creek and continues on a clockwise direction, turning left at the junction. Both the lower and upper viewpoints of Marymere Falls are very picturesque!
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Trail type: Dirt

Parking: Not Listed

Trail allowances or restrictions: Not listed

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