Marymere Falls

Marymere Falls, Port Angeles: Address, Marymere Falls Reviews: 4.5/5

Marymere Falls
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A trail in the Olympic National Forest.
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Robert S
Chaska, MN342 contributions
Sep 2021
A very beautiful hike through a forest that is close to a mile long. I recommend you decide if you are going to climb the steps to see the falls before you go all the way there. You will not see any of the falls unless you climb the steps (I estimate the amount of steps to be about going up a six story building) I am in my 70s and went up the steps but I do hiking and biking three times a week to stay in shape; others my age did not attempt it and went back. The park employee said there are about seven accidents per week they have to get emergency help for people who fall on the steps. They are wooden and very slippery when they are wet. Luckily they were dry when we were there. If you want to see a good flow go in May. We were there in September and the flow was much less than it was early in the summer (as we were told). See attached for a photo of the falls in late September.
Written October 27, 2021
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Nanface
West Newbury, United States5 contributions
Sep 2021
This was an easy and pleasant intro to the beautiful fearn and moss filled forests. Imagine it would be fantastic in the spring.
Written October 13, 2021
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Donald D
8 contributions
Oct 2021
Lots of friendly people sharing a trail to a nice waterfall. Very easy walk at first followed by a very steep climb aided by stairs.
Written October 5, 2021
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SteelCity13
Austin, TX846 contributions
Aug 2021
Great short out and back hike. Midpoint is the falls which are beautiful. There is climb to the falls but its short and not bad at all. My 3 year old was able to do it easily. Great hike through the forest, near a stream, over cool wooden bridges and ends at the waterfall that has several outlooks. Worth your time.
Written September 28, 2021
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TheJanvers
New York City, NY286 contributions
Jul 2021
First visit July 2021. This is a really nice waterfall that's a short walk from the parking area. Recommended if you're in the vicinity but not a sufficient destination unto itself.
Written September 22, 2021
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angelarosemeier
Minnesota8 contributions
May 2021 • Family
We visited several areas in ONP while we stayed in Port Angeles. This short hike ended up being one of our favorites. It was originally the last option on our must see list and ended up ironically being our favorite in the area which is somewhat shocking to admit because there are so many beautiful areas to visit in ONP.
Written September 15, 2021
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PDRtravelbug
Seattle, WA523 contributions
Sep 2021
An easy hike of about 1.5 miles round trip with a beautiful waterfall at the end. Only the last part is steep, the rest is easy.
Written September 4, 2021
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Wanda H
Washougal, WA60 contributions
Aug 2021
The trail was quite crowded but that was to be expected on an end-of-summer weekend. The last part of the trail is a steep climb up steps but the distance is short. Total round trip is a bit less than 2 miles.
Written September 2, 2021
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Suzanne P
Seattle, WA200 contributions
Aug 2021
A longer but nicer route (with 4 viewpoints) starts at Lake Crescent Lodge. The 1.8 Mike version starts at Storm King Ranger station.
Written August 22, 2021
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PandaHouston
Houston, TX6,193 contributions
Jul 2021
The trail for Marymere Falls is also the first part of the Mount Storm King trail which we did not do. We only did the 1.5 mile loop somewhat easy (until the end) hike to the falls on Saturday 7/31.

When you get close to the end to the falls, there is a little strenuous climb to the viewpoint. The beginning of the trail is through the forest. Flat and easy. We did actually see some people get down to the falls but we did not.

It was pretty crowded when we were there around 10:30 am. It took us 30 minutes to get to the falls.
Written August 20, 2021
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