wild flowers

nature trips




dogs on leash

kid friendly


trail running

horseback riding



dog friendly


mountain biking



rock climbing



The Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington is a National Forest extending more than 140 miles along the western slopes of the Cascade Range from the Canada–US border to the northern boundary of Mount Rainier National Park.

21 days ago

Pretty easy hike the hardest part would be the last bit when your getting up to the lookout spot. Very busy when I went in January but it was a fun hike. The lookout was cool

Hiked today (04/01/17). Road to the parking lot is gravel and has plenty of potholes. hike wasn't too strenuous; did wallace falls last week and found that a lot more harder than this one. Made it up to the top of the stairs which I'm assuming isn't much further to the falls. couldn't go any further due to too much slippery hard snow. Should've worn spikes or yak tracks.

easy hike and awesome views from the top. trail was a little muddy but what do you expect haha would not mind doing it again if passing through and have the time

Went here like 4 days ago, there was a lot of snow, you can't see trail under snow. Kinda dangerous, but still enjoyed that.

good hike, last quarter mile on the way to the summit is pretty tiring.

Fun easy walk, nothing to write home about, but definitely some pretty views

AWESOME! Nice view on the river and the fall. Luckily we brought easy spikes. Small and narrow path BUT worth it!

27 days ago

28 days ago

There are extreme amounts of snow on this trail. Make sure you know how to hike in snow before you do this. I didn't expect so much snow and I had to turn back about 1/2 mile before I got to the top. Mainly due to u didn't feel safe at the top cuase you can't see the trail and the soft snow kept pulling me under. I kept getting my feet sunk into the snow and bruised my leg up bad. I will be coming back to this one in June when the snow melts..