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Marymere Falls

Olympic National Forest, Port Angeles, WA
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Olympic National Forest, Port Angeles, WA
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

No dogs allowed. Had to go here because hurricane ridge was full. Disappointed that website was not clear about not allowing dogs

Thank Luis_Cifuentes
Reviewed 3 days ago

What a beautiful hike. Interesting, creative, and well-thought out hike...really fun from start to stop. The Marymere Falls were stunning!

Thank Lea0000
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very easy hike. Very peaceful. One of my favorite quick walks to take with my kids and visiting guests. A real shame to miss.

Thank okiwen
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

There's good parking here & restrooms. There's a small ranger station to visit but it wasn't open when we were here. The hike to the Falls is easy & pretty. It's a popular hike. Love this place!

Thank 1natureseeker
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is a well maintained trail. Be prepared for the last short section to be steep with steps, but it is worth it if you can manage the steep portion.

Thank Glenn M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Marymere Falls was a nice hike from the Storm King ranger station. The trail is pretty short - maybe 30-45 minutes round trip, but the last 1/3 of it is a bit steep. I walked it alone and felt safe - it's heavily-trafficked, so I...More

Thank Jess S
Reviewed 1 week ago

The trail is lovely even if you don't make it all the way ... it is a bit steeper toward the end. The falls are pretty, but the walk itself will please you. I live nearby and this is one of the things I suggest...More

Thank BackNinePA
Reviewed 1 week ago

Make sure you take the walk to Marymere Falls when you are at Lake Crescent - not too strenuous but offers great views - really so beautiful!

Thank jj4481
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a more strenuous hike than what was advertised, but well worth the effort. The area was pretty and the falls was breathtaking. Just know that climbing the last bit to actually reach the falls is steep and can be a bit slippery.

Thank Glenda C
Reviewed 1 week ago

The trail is very easy for most of the way. As you get near to the falls there are a few stairs and a little climb, but nothing difficult. The foliage is so lush, with moss hanging from many of the trees. We will take...More

Thank Orrin O
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What WAS your favorite falls in Olympia NP?
27 June 2016|
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Response from Ruth S | Reviewed this property |
There were many but we didn't hike to them We just chose the convenient ones. I'm sure there are web sites that can better direct you. Since we were staying at Lake Crescent Lodge, Marymere was nearby. Sorry I can't be... More
Stacey F
How long is the trail? Is there a trail entry or parking fee?
9 June 2016|
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Response from Steve1362 | Reviewed this property |
The trail is 0.9 mile (1.4k) each way starting near the Storm King Ranger Station on the south side of Crescent Lake just off of Hwy 101. There is no fee for the trail and while there is lots of free parking (and... More