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Trekking poles: good to have it with you.

Nice little walk. Nothing special. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a hike. Back to town for some tacos!

It was most def a leg burner for me, but the sun is consistantly in your eyes, and the scenery could be better... but that's just our valley.

I'm only giving this trail a 2 because I took a wrong turn. Missed the lake trail completely, so, I can't really rate the lake trail.
The trail we did walk was well traveled and clear.
Heads up, you are supposed to have a Discovery Pass to park at the trail head.

hiking
21 days ago

In my opinion, very boring. It's the same view of the valley the entire way up, it just gets smaller every 10 ft. you go higher. It's in the sun the entire time which sucks for my pasty white ass.

Good exercise, if you're into that.

This isn’t really a hike. Yes there’s a trail but all the ones people are talking about aren’t official trails and have resulted in multiple deaths over the years as they aren’t maintained/are very worn away. The falls are beautiful and worth driving to/checking out...but don’t expect a hike and realize if you hike down to the water or behind the falls that you are off trail. This area really needs more rangers/officials to stop all the illegal activity.

hiking
21 days ago

Short. It’s a pretty trail, but I wish we had more close to Pullman. If you go, go in spring- the wildflowers are incredible!

hiking
29 days ago

Beautiful views from the top

hiking
1 month ago

Easy local hike. The summit trail dead ends and you are forced to turn back. Dogs are not allowed on the primitive trail just the main loop.

hiking
1 month ago

Fun hike with 11 relatively new Boy Scouts on Saturday 9/22. Started hike about 12:30 PM. Parking lot fairly full. Misty, very easy hike up to the lake. The mist turned to rain in the early evening. Minimal firewood available in the immediate area. Plenty of space for tents and hammocks with tree coverage. The scouts woke up Sunday to a nice layer of ice over everything. Boots and wet clothes left out were solid. After a warm meal, we all were excited to get a glimpse of the sheep on the mountain. No sunscreen or bug repellent necessary. Hand warmers, yes!

90% of the traffic was day hikers and most not aware of trail ethics. Scouts did a great job of stepping off trail for those going up and down. We also scoured our camp spot and the surrounding area of all trash.

on Palouse Falls Trail

1 month ago

Beautiful! We did not go all the way down to bottom of falls, but was pretty where ever you chose to go.. lots of warnings about falling to your death tho.. which puts you on alert!

hiking
2 months ago

A nice easy stroll through near the river. Nothing spectacular, but well maintained and convenient for walking into town from the WorldMark resort.

Beautiful water! Easy strolling trail but loved it.

Great small hike for some views of the Palouse. Take the primitive trail for a longer hike.

Easy trail....brought back memories of my recent trip of walking the Camino de Santiago.
We walked from Cle Elum to Roslyn.

Good views of Wenatchee, fairly easy hike. No shade, bring water.

hiking
2 months ago

Pretty falls.. There seemed to be an inordinate amount of signs saying 'beware falling' though. It was interesting seeing the lands carved by ice age floods with your own eyes.

hiking
2 months ago

The falls were amazing. Short hike, steep in some places. Definitely worth the trek. Use caution navigating the trails. Very steep and loose rocks. Very narrow.

Cash or Check only unless you have the discover pass.

All trails were closed today. But the falls were pretty.

2 months ago

Fairly easy hike. Beautiful views! Had lunch at sheep lake and waded out in the water. Not much shade do bring sunscreen. No bitting bugs.

Did this as a two nighter. Great hike and amazing views. Made the mistake of going on a holiday weekend, but we made the most of it. Most of the campers decided to leave at the same time I did, making for congested trails. Still had a good time. Hiking eagle cap was intense but worth it. Do it!

beautiful trail! it was labor day weekend so very heavily trafficked. Rocks in trail and somewhat uneven but there were several young families and some much older hikers on it having a blast.

hiking
2 months ago

This is a relatively easy trail. The terrain is a little rougher than I expected just in terms of rocks and roots but nothing terrible. I was developing a nasty cold on the way up so I think that may have been why it seemed a bit harder.... the lake at the end is really beautiful and peaceful. No biting bugs. The trail around the lake is nice and there were quite a few people camping up there. My dogs enjoyed it as well.

hiking
2 months ago

Small waterfalls and bridge near beginning of hike. VERY dusty in August. We took a large family group with adults and kids of all ages. We did a 2.5 out and back. Went to stream area where the spring comes out of the ground at about 1.25 into hike. This is not far off the trail to the right. There are a lot of fallen logs in this area and a fairly worn trail that leads off main trail to stream.

hiking
2 months ago

This is a great family hike. It's steep enough you'll get a work out, but short enough you can take the kids. The view at the top is beautiful, but this is also where the trail gets a little rougher for the kids. There are additional trails at the top you can follow to extend your hike, if you choose. There is little shade, so go when it's cool outside.

We went from Two Pan Trailhead to Eagle Cap and back, all in one day. The hike was beautiful, the meadows were simply incredible, and we had a nice view of Eagle Cap for about 5 miles. The view from the mountain itself is so awesome. If you do any hike in the Wallowa Mountains, do this one. You'll see most of the area, as Eagle Cap is right in the center of the wilderness. However, I wouldn't do this as a day hike ever again, the mountain climb was grueling. Camp at Mirror or Upper Lake, and do the mountain in the morning.

backpacking
2 months ago

Awesome hike. Eagle cap has amazing views. Camped for three nights at mirror lake and didn't want to leave.

We accidentally came upon this trail while hiking. The creek was right behind our campground and the kids were playing by it. We followed it upstream and came across the base of the falls. It forms a deep jagged cut in the rock and makes a waist deep pool at tye base. After a bit of play, we found the trail and followed the waterfall upstream. our 5 and 8 year olds loved the multiple layers to the falls. The trail was not bad at all. It was a fairly easy hike. The kids loved being able to splash in the water some also. They also loved the blue hole at the camp ground. If you are in the area, it is a fun little hike. Many people will actually slide down some of the smaller portions of the waterfall.

As some of the other reviews mentioned, the trail disappears once the view of the lake is gone. I used the GPS to loosely follow the trail. It is too bad, because some of the views are awesome, especially when up on the ridge. I do not advise as a family hike. Even the portion of the trail that is visible has long grass extending over the trail. Also, no trail markings.
Pretty area though.

hiking
3 months ago

Really good hike, variety of terrain, and beautiful views.

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