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Snoquera Falls Loop Trail is a 4.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Enumclaw, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 4.4 miles Elevation Gain: 843 feet Route Type: Loop

dog friendly

kid friendly

camping

hiking

nature trips

snowshoeing

walking

bird watching

forest

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

muddy

rocky

scramble

hiking
rocky
13 hours ago

Beautiful. Good for kids but was a workout. When you see the big field of rocks near the falls climb them!

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hiking
2 days ago

Nice easy 4 mile loop with an impressive waterfall at midway. Trail is in great condition. Forest Service pass required.

hiking
bugs
private property
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

I wasn't super amazed by the falls themselves, but it was still pretty beautiful the whole way. To get the the falls it's a fairly steep and precarious incline, but the main loop is moderate and overall it's definitely worth it. I even got to frolic in a clover field -- just don't tell the Boy Scouts haha

hiking
muddy
rocky
7 days ago

Did not meet a lot of other hikers. The trail has a bit of loose soil but completely manageable.

hiking
bugs
rocky
8 days ago

It was great but so many rocky points. Wear good boots. But overall, a nice hike!

hiking
rocky
scramble
8 days ago

hiking
rocky
13 days ago

Amazing waterfall! Recommend following the little trail up to the base of it. Did see a snake den on the way down but pretty sure they weren’t poisonous. Worth the hike!!

walking
muddy
rocky
14 days ago

Great trail with waterfall, slugs, beetles, centipedes, and incline. Little to now people across the entire trail. Great views!

hiking
blowdown
bridge out
muddy
rocky
scramble
washed out
18 days ago

A lot of blow down and a really bad wash out. Trail is in disrepair. Not good for small children or old dogs.

hiking
blowdown
rocky
washed out
20 days ago

Absolutely delightful. Leading up to the waterfall (counterclockwise) the trail was nice. The woods after passing the waterfall were really charming, particularly with the cliff looming overhead it. There is a lot of variety on this trail. You will walk through a stream at the base of a waterfall and need to navigate across a past landslide to reconnect to the trail at points, so wear good shoes!

blowdown
bridge out
rocky
washed out
24 days ago

Just completed the loop today. As some have already pointed out, there is a bridge over a creek that's washed out near the start of the trail, but one can go around to the right on an adjoining trail. There are several trees down across the trail, but I considered it an added adventure. I love the view of the falls and was able to climb part way up to get a better view. The trail continues across the stream below the falls - I recommend waterproof shoes if you have them. You'll encounter a rock slide shortly after leaving the falls area that can be somewhat hazardous, but, again, I considered it part of the adventure. The rest of the trail was fine and quite enjoyable. We loved it and will come again.

good hike, downed trees need to be cleared out.

blowdown
bridge out
rocky
scramble
washed out
1 month ago

The road and parking lot to the trail were open. Trail begins with a wash out and exposed culvert. We continued to the right/SE on the loop and came upon several large blowdown trees. The trail on this side is otherwise beautiful and in good shape. The best view of the falls is right as they become visible, unless you want to make the rough scramble up. Crossing the river can be slippery and tricky and once on the other side the scramble up is about the same. The cool breeze from the fall and views are well worth it. We continued the loop to NW of the falls. There were no blowdowns on this side, but several washouts including a very large rock slide. The slide area is definitely the most dangerous on the trail and will not be passable for everyone. After the slide there were no more obstacles. Very beautiful area. only saw a handful of others. We went midday on a weekday.

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