Snoqualmie Falls Trail is a 1.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Snoqualmie, Washington that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from June until December. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
*** The hiking trail reopened on September 14, 2013 *** Snoqualmie Falls Trail is a 1.2 mile out and back trail located near Snoqualmie, Washington that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking & walking and is accessible year-round.
Probably won't do this again. You don't get a really great view unless you trespass and it's just a crowded walk most days. There is a nice beach like area but that's the most it has to offer.
As a Twin Peaks fan, it was incredibly exciting to walk here and take pictures of the falls. The actual trek is just an easy walk, but the views are amazing. A few people were walking their dogs when I was there in mid-May. I was absolutely freezing because I underestimated the temperatures outside, it started raining, and I hadn't layered my clothing correctly, but the beautiful scenery made everything worth it. They also have a nice gift shop, so check it out!
Did this one years ago but it is unforgetable.
I did this before I was a member and never logged it. I still remember the beautiful fall. Much higher than Niagara Falls.
Great trail for a nice walk to the river. It's currently CLOSED right now.
Good for kids? Maybe? Falls are neat, but the dam infrastructure kids ruins it. Just a walking trail, not a hike.
Kid and family friendly. Takes you down to the ever majestic Snoqualmie Falls. Nothing beats seeing the falls up close.
As a trail it's nothing special. But as a waterfall/Twin Peaks Lover you will have a great time.
Loved it! Hubby & I are beginner hikers and this was a nice short yet challenging start for us. It was pretty steep, but it was so short that it was over before we knew it. We checked out the river portion of the bottom of the hike & the rocks were fun to skip around. Then we checked out the boardwalk to the falls view at the river level and it was really nice and beautiful.
The falls are impressive. The hike less so. Wide, groomed and well traveled, it winds downhill to the river, then returns the same way - back up the hill. Nice, informative signs along the way about local flora and fauna.
Nice bathrooms, gift shop and food available. More of a sightseeing experience than hiking.
fun stop with the kiddos
Steep short hike, about 1.5 miles round trip. Very wide easy path to follow. It's a quick hike down, but a major calf burner on the way up. There's lot of good signage explaining the different plant and tree species you'll see also gives info on the history of the falls and environs.
For those less interested in the steep hike, there's a parking lot down below for easier access to the river.
Please remember to pack your trash people, there's lots of litter below the boardwalk down at the bottom.
I hiked from the northern viewpoint to the southern viewpoint. The southern viewpoint, in my opinion, is a better view of the waterfall. It was beautiful. The hike up wasn't challenging for me but if you are out of shape, it will be. I saw many people taking lots of breaks so be aware that this is not for everyone. My profile picture was taken at the bottom viewpoint.
I took my 7 & 4 year old today. We don't hike much and it was pretty steep but short. My girls and I did it fine. We now can't wait to find more places to go!!!
Beautiful ⭐️ steep hike down to Boardwalk or river access. I remember hiking this before the boardwalk as a kid. There is a south parking lot.
Nice wide steep trail good for all. There is a parking lot at bottom of trail with access to river trail good for those unable to make the hike.