Franklin Falls Trail is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Snoqualmie Pass, WA that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
From Seattle, E on I-90 to exit 47. Left off the freeway. Right at T in road for .4 miles. Left on FSR 58 for 2.5 miles to FSR 5830. Turn left and park before bridge, trailhead is just before bridge on the right.
great hike for families with young kids with an rewarding view of the Franklin falls at the end. great views through out the hike.
Easy & very pretty. Nice gentle trail & easy to run. Very thoughtful trail with lookouts & steps, etc. gorgeous colors, pretty river views & one large waterfall to get very close to!
It was super beautiful and easy hike with my mom (none hiker) and 2.5year old but the end was totally not easy: A scramble and slippery it was short but had no rope or rail to get up and down. This could be because the river level was a bit higher than most of these photos portrayed. The falls and trail are stunning though.
right up to the falls? best spot yet
Easy and lovely. You have a pretty great views along the river up until you reach the falls.
Nice and easy 1.5mile hike.
Nice beginners / family trail.
Great for first time hikers. Not too long. The falls was amazing and the trails were well maintained.
Short, easy trail. Well maintained. Started about 9 on a Sunday and almost had the trail to ourselves on the way to the falls - met many hikers on our way back though.
Good for kids
Nice place to just get away.
Very well maintained trail, kid friendly, and beautiful views of the creek and falls.
Incredibly gorgeous. Recommend going on a weekday so it's less crowded.
Absolutely beautiful! Great for all ages.
Gorgeous hike. It was a gradual climb but the kids and dogs did great. The only downside was that it was pretty busy even thou we went early on a Sunday morning
You can walk right up to the bottom of the waterfall. The hike is super easy. We did it after doing snow lake with no problem.
As with all trails in this area get there early. Took us an hour to get to the rim to head down to the lake. Lots of rocks. When you get to the rim if you go left before going down to the lake there is a huge rock you can get a nice view from. Beautiful.
great hike with kids. my 4 year old did great the whole hike. definitely going there again.