The Washington Trail That Leads To A Three-Tiered Waterfall Is Heaven On Earth

Snohomish County is so full of hidden gems, it may as well be its own country (but we are very glad it isn’t). And while Wallace Falls doesn’t exactly qualify as hidden since most Washingtonians know about it, it still requires a bit of a trek to explore it. Luckily, the Wallace Falls Trail is a delightful, well-marked hike that’s sure to convert anyone into a nature lover.

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If you’re up for a bit of a challenge, the Wallace Falls Trail makes a splendid day hike. There will be signs for the trail from Gold Bar, so have an adventure and give it a go before the season ends.

Address: 14503 Wallace Lake Road, Gold Bar, WA 98251, USA