Marymere Falls Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Port Angeles, WA that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
From Port Angeles, West for 20 miles on US 101 to signed Storm King Ranger Station. Right after station for 200 yards. Right on Lake Crescent Rd to the trailhead.
Wonderful trail. beautiful short hike through the forest.
We fell IN LOVE with this trail! Perfect distance with a lot to see- beautiful trees, the waterfall, lake, and more gorgeous trees.
Worth way more than the little effort it takes to get there!
Nice easy hike with tons of beauty.
Not hard but not easy.. You will enjoy the views along the way.
don't expect much of a fall in Aug. nice.
no one on trails yet great bike ride
Very pretty... Cool little foot bridge but rather crowded
love it here. I go back frequently just to see the changes. A must see if you are in the area.
Another beautiful falls! Easy hike as well, (You don't have to view the falls from the upper area, actually a better shot from the lower viewing point) so you can skip most of the elevation gain if you wish too, by just retracing you steps & not completing the loop at the end
Easy hike and very pretty.
Easy hike but very pretty.
Easy trail until you get to the stream then climbs steeply after crossing two bridges to a viewpoint for the falls.
Good quality trail with two different view points of the waterfalls. The trail is wide and smooth for the first 3/4s and increases in difficulty as switchbacks and stairs account for the final stretch
Nice flat easy hike. Good family hike.
Good short hike. Gets steep for a couple short stints, but has steps made of earth and trees.