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Marymere Falls

Olympic National Forest, Port Angeles, WA
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A trail in the Olympic National Forest.
  • Excellent68%
  • Very good27%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“easy hike” (48 reviews)
“short hike” (37 reviews)
Olympic National Forest, Port Angeles, WA
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Reviewed yesterday

The trail to Marymere is very short and easy, not really a hike. The parking lot is spacious, and the trailhead had lots of signs. The waterfall is small but beautiful.

Thank user9275
Reviewed 2 days ago

wanted to do a hike after a half day of kayaking in port angeles. unfortunately we were a bit too tired to tackle storm king (trailhead is off the marymere falls trail). decided to take the short hike to see this waterfall instead. was there...More

Thank Carol Anne S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Even in a dry season (as Washington is having now), Marymere Falls is a pleasant sight. The hike is easy except for some steep stairs at the end. On the way, we saw deer and some huge trees - a mere hint of what we...More

Thank Ellen K
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We did this hike after our arrival to the Lake Crescent Lodge and before dinner. I think it took us a couple hour round trip. The we I am referring to is my very fit husband, me (with my bum knee and overweight) and my...More

Thank Mwilliford
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A delightful hike on a beautiful day! We started out about 10am on a week day and very few people out. Good path, but some steep stairs. If you don't want to do the stairs, go right when you see the Falls Loop ⬅️ sign....More

Thank travelpatty22
Reviewed 1 week ago

Easy hike and good example of the local forest. First part of the hike is flat and winds through the forest. Cross the river (on a bridge) and some uphill hiking up to the actual falls.

Thank racer13
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is less than two miles round-trip. The falls were worth the effort. Don't forget to bring a camera.

1  Thank Rick j
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked through a gorgeous forest with awesomely large trees, and then up a steep path. The falls were pretty but not huge. The trip was a bit challenging, not for someone who is afraid of heights or isn't steady on their feet. The last...More

1  Thank SUZANNE T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Guide says it takes 1 1/2 hours, we walked slowly and made it and back in 50 mins, stopping to look at things on the way up and back. Easy walk, some trees fallen across the path though it looks like paths are cleared regularly....More

1  Thank napmum
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

20 minute hike from our lodge (Lake Crescent) to the falls was very nice. It would be a great walk for someone with small children. The paths were well maintained and reasonably smooth/flat. The falls were not the most spectacular we have ever seen, but...More

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Stacey M
July 30, 2017|
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Response from Ron S | Reviewed this property |
A bit cold if you choose to enter the water. I've seen children in the water of the lake, and there is a beach along the river, but I would not plan a swim for this destination.
June 27, 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
June 9, 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