The Silver Falls Trail In Washington Is An Easy Loop That Leads To A Stunning Waterfall
Mount Rainier National Park is officially open, and many Washingtonians who have been cooped up at home are ready to get out and explore. And if you’re looking for a nice, pleasant, beautiful hike, look no further than the Silver Falls Trail. This pleasant little loop trail comes with a beautiful reward.
Silver Falls is a waterfall that's located in the southeast corner of Mount Rainier National Park, near the tiny town of Packwood.
There are quite a few waterfall hikes in the Mount Rainier area, but this one is one of the most accessible.
The Silver Falls Trail is an easy three-mile loop with breathtaking scenery around every corner.
To reach it, head to the northeast end of Ohanapecosh Campground Loop B, right above the Ohanapecosh River.
This tranquil trail is easy to find and well-known, but it tends to be less crowded than the other hikes in the area.
If you really want to avoid other hikers, it's best to go during the week and early in the day.
You'll go over a few small hills and a creek with a few minor elevation changes.
Silver Falls will come into view about halfway into your hike.
Silver Falls is by no means the tallest waterfall at Mount Rainier, but it's definitely one of the most beautiful.
The only thing better than the way it looks is the way it sounds.
You'll definitely want to stop and enjoy a picnic lunch, or at least take a few deep breaths, here.
The trail will allow you to take in views of the falls from several angles.
This pleasant trail is perfect for reconnecting with nature.
It's family-friendly and great for beginners. But even if you're an experienced hiker, you'll love this trail.
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Silver Falls, Washington 98361, USA