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Address: Olympic National Forest, Port Angeles, WA

A trail in the Olympic National Forest.

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Walk through an enchanting forest to a nice waterfall

The site is called Marymere Falls, and the falls at the end of the walk are very nice (but not spectacular). The 20 minute stroll leading up to the falls, however, was the more... read more

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Saint Louis, Missouri
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Saint Louis, Missouri
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

The site is called Marymere Falls, and the falls at the end of the walk are very nice (but not spectacular). The 20 minute stroll leading up to the falls, however, was the more enjoyable part of the outing. The path wanders through strikingly beautiful old trees with marvelously shaped branches covered in moss. One should be aware that the... More 

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Redmond, Washington
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The falls themselves are not super spectacular, but the hike to the falls goes through some old growth forests and, a nice shallow stream, a couple of bridges and about 200 ft of climbing steeply at the very end. We did this with family and came out quite satisfied.

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Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The waterfall was amazing. The climb is a bit steep up to the top viewing area, but the trials and steps are maintained very well. There also a little rocky beach you can sit next to the river. Take your time enjoying the short 2 mile hike. Plenty of cool features along the way to look at.

Thank MiriLemon
Bellingham, Washington
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I'ven been to this place a couple time now. The first time was to check it out and the second because the family was in town. Of all the waterfalls in Olympic National Park this probably one of the most popular but pathetic little falls. For some reason, I keep hearing, "Have you been to Marymere Falls?" when I talk... More 

Thank Jefferson M
Port Angeles, Washington
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a hike but this is a fine waterfall and the hike is lovely. For real hikers it is easy. For those less athletic it is also fine - just slower. Experience a rainforest.

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Port Angeles
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'm local and Marymere Falls is one of the places I take everyone. I always enjoy it and It's a relatively easy hike. Good trail all the way through the beautiful forest. It's not far to the falls so don't rush. The surroundings deserve to be enjoyed. When you get to the falls it restores you. several great views. moments... More 

Thank Phil A
Carrollton, Texas
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hike isn't the right choice of words, though. A nice walk through the lush woods. Beautiful, inspiring, amazing. Take your time and enjoy the environs. Soak it in. Burn it into your memory so when you're sitting at your desk on another endless conference call you have some beauty to remember.

Thank Mike E
Mendota Heights, Minnesota
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was a perfect stop for our family...it took us 45 minutes to do the hike and the falls were awesome. I'm sure you could spend more time hiking around but with our schedule we just wanted to stretch our legs a bit. Definitely worth stopping for.

Thank Sweetdogs
Helena, Montana
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fun for the entire family! Even when it was raining on our excursion it was still awesome!! The Falls were in full force the day we went and it was amazing!

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Reviewed March 20, 2017

There is ample parking space and it is located by Cresent lake. 1.5 miles hike. So be ready for 1.5 hours hike from car park to waterfalls. The trail is easy to walk except the last part you need to hike upwards to see the waterfall. Worth the walk. Lots of lush, Moss on trees, tall green trees and the... More 

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