Marymere Falls Trail Is A 1.7-Mile Hike In Washington That Leads You To A Pristine Waterfall

One of the best ways to understand any place is by getting outside and exploring it. Lucky for us, Washington offers some of the best ways to have an adventure. And our favorite adventures are the ones that don’t require a ton of sweat equity. That’s why we love this trail. It allows for those quintessential PNW views, but won’t take all day. The route is simple and the waterfall payoff is one of the best we’ve seen!

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Marymere Falls Trail can be found within Olympic National Park. While rules and regulations related to visiting the park have changed, much of it is now open for visiting. Be sure to check out the official National Park website for information before visiting. And to learn more about the trail itself visit alltrails.com where you’ll find reviews and a map.

Looking for more simple ways to explore the state’s waterfalls without ton of effort? Here are 10 unbelievable Washington waterfalls hiding in plain sight with little (or no!) hiking required.

Address: Marymere Falls, Washington 98363, USA