Take This Easy Trail To An Amazing Triple Waterfall In Washington
The hiking trails near the Hood Canal are highly underrated — and some, like Rocky Brook Falls, hardly require any hiking at all. This three-tiered waterfall is one of Washington’s tallest, and it’s a spectacular sight.
The short trail to Rocky Brook Falls is located near Brinnon on the Olympic Peninsula's Hood Canal.
From Highway 101 N, turn left on the Dosewallips Road. Drive 3 miles west and park after crossing Rocky Brook Bridge.
At 0.3 miles in length, this is really more of a brief nature walk than a hike.
But sometimes, a little fresh air and the sound of a rushing stream are all you need.
Before you know it, you'll be at the base of this beauty.
The waterfall is part of a hydroelectric generation facility, and it almost always has a large flow.
This is one of the largest and most often visited waterfalls on the Hood Canal. In the summertime, the pool at the bottom can be used as a swimming hole.
However, if you go early on a spring morning, you might have it all to yourself.
There's nothing like relaxing by this tranquil waterfall on a warm day.
Pack a picnic and stay awhile. After all, this is more of an experience in nature than a strenuous hike.
If you're heading to the Olympic Peninsula this summer, this spot is a definite must-see.
Washington is a paradise for nature lovers.
There’s nothing like a peaceful waterfall hike — and
Washington has plenty.
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