Silver Falls Trail is a 2.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Randle, Washington that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and camping and is best used from May until September.
Directions from Stevens Canyon Entrance: Follow Highway 123 southward 2 miles to the access road for Ohanapecosh Campground. Turn right into the campground and look for the visitor center. The day parking area lies close to the visitor center. En route to the parking area you will see the trailhead, which lies behind the Ohanapecosh Visitor Center.
Beautiful falls. First time there, a little confused by the loop so missed the second half. Went back the way we came. Well kept trail though, very enjoyable hike.
Nice easy hike. Silver Falls is beautiful
Nice hike to a pretty gorge area, makes for a nice side hike, not a must do, but if you have extra time, worth the trip!
Easy maintained trail. Parking is a hassle.
Nice easy hike. The waterfall is beautiful. Parking area is pretty small.
Great family hike with a wonderful destination. My five year old was awestruck by the falls.
Easy crowded but beautiful hike that leaves from Ohanapecosh campground. Well maintained, some nice bridges and gushing falls. If you're in the area make a stop.
My favorite hike, beautiful old growth, stunning waterfalls, amazing bridges.
Pretty easy hike with nice views
Nice views, very easy hike
I took my son on this trail. Very easy hiking with great photo ops. We went during run-off and the water was raging. Still some snow at the beginning that we had to posthole through and the trail crews hadn't been there yet to clear trees but it was a great day to be out.
Great hike today.. trail was well maintained and fun. Our route began at Ohanapecosh Campground (east side of the river) and continued to the falls (1.3m?). We returned back the same path - we did not complete the loop.