Deception Falls Interpretive Trail is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Skykomish, Washington that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from April until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Deception Falls picnic area will remain closed until further notice. Call the Skykomish Ranger Distirct for more information at 360-677-2414. The parking area is closed, but there is room for a couple of cars to park near the gate. This .75mile interpretive trail takes you underneath the highway to a viewing platform of Deception Creek Falls, then continues along Deception Creek to meet the Tyee River. From there, the trail loops through an old growth forest to return to the parking lot.
A little muddy but always a great nature walk. Tons of mushrooms and beautiful scenery! Easy but a good place to stretch your legs on the drive over the pass.
Beautiful views without the sweat-breaking workout. Friendly for anyone of any age.
Beautiful area, not much of a hike-loved it, though!
Beautiful short trail! A must see if you are in the area!
great short hike! went with my friend today and had a great time very pretty worth going to see ❤
great easy mini hike.
This little trail is right off of US HWY 2. It's easy, well maintained, and fun with a great view of the falls.
Well maintained trail and good informational plaques. It's not very long but there are plenty of places to sneak down into the falls themselves and get your feet wet! Had never seen a stream take hard 90 degree turn to the right before! Would definitely take friends to go visit in the future.
Great stop on our cascade loop trip. Definitely agree going left first
Perfect stop for amazing scenery.
Nice little trail.
Beautiful old growth Forrest and waterfalls! Great way to stretch your legs while driving across the state.
Fantastic, being from Florida we are blown away by waterfalls, massive trees, and beautiful views. Glad we stopped the car and did a u-turn to hike the trail.
Great Interpretive Trail, We did this in October 2014 great views of the falls love the log bidge
The interpretive trail is no longer washed out like previous reviews have stated. This was a very enjoyable stroll for my girlfriend and I, along with our pup. The trail runs for just over 0.5 miles along various small creeks and the river before coming to Deception Falls. This is a beautiful (smaller) waterfall. As a photographer this waterfall is relatively hard to shoot due to the extremely fast and misty flow. Go during a weekday if you can because it seems to be very popular during travel weekends.