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Duvall, Washington Map

Great hike nice and easy!

great hike for the family and dogs

watch out for all the slugs on the trail!

Such a great trail. I really didn’t think it was hard to find, even if you go off track a bit it’s still easy to get back and find the falls. Also it’s a pretty easy, fast hike. Falls are beautiful. Dogs and I absolutely loved getting in the water. And it feels so secluded, which added to its allure. My friend and I really enjoyed getting shots of the abandoned car as well......HOW DID IT GET THERE?!

Great place to ride mountain bikes with pretty shaded areas in trails on hot day and some cool bridges to cross.

30 days ago

Been there on Saturday 2018/08/18. Took two hours - to and fro. I did not like it. Waterfall is very small not like the pictures shown. Hike it self is not pleasant and It is more of walk in the woods than hike. No proper signs, some confusion on trail route at couple of junctions, we made it though. 'All Trails' app map helps some extent. No designated parking lot, we were there at around 7:30 and could easily find the place to park on roadside. There is no board or sign at the trail head so it was confusing and had to wait for other hikers to come and follow them. Trail head is at at the junction of Mountain View Rd & Cherry Valley Rd where couple of concrete blocks are placed. It is an easy and long walk and good for kids. Do I go there again? Nope.

The trail is clean and easy but people leave their trash there. There was a pile of trash by a tree. Diapers, cigaret butts and bags of dog poop everywhere. What is going on?

Beautiful hike but too much garbage once you get to the waterfall.

Parking was definitely a challenge. First visit on this trail. It was scenic and nice, several spots could have been wrong turns but we found our way. Not muddy at all today! Many families with small children, some thought it was a bit far to carry toddlers.

Great trail a few places not marked so well but loved the hike

Great waterfall hike with lots of wildflowers.

great loop hike with plenty of shady forest and fantastic pool of water at base of small waterfall. beware of broken glass in the water and around the pool.

was a great hike well worth it beautiful waterfall and the water was not that cold nor was it deep

Brought my kids (9,5, &4). We had a blast and they loved the cold water to splash in while looking at the pretty waterfall. Parking was very difficult with the construction.

Loved this hike! Super chill, more of a long walk (still sweating though). You can hangout in at the bottom of the falls. So much beauty for minimal effort. GREAT for kids too. I recommend going around 8 or 9, it can be really busy any later than that.

2 months ago

Good hike, don’t need any forest passes.

great moderate hike beautiful

Easy hike with nice rain forest feel. Falls at the end are pretty. There is no dedicated parking lot so you can only park on the road side at the trail head which gets full. Trail is VERY muddy so be prepared to get your shoes all covered in mud.

parking is awful. we had a good time on the hike, not too hard. this is a popular trail so be ready to share your view of the falls. oh, and don't forget the mud.

Just visited a short post of the trail near Duvall. Pretty kid friendly lake area.

Really awesome! A kind of hike you can take with your family and friends that aren't used to walking. Went on a weekday really early in the day and it was empty. If you want to go there and not have much people traffic I suggest doing the same. Got there at 6 am, left at 10 and still no people which was great. Only on the was back did we encounter other hikers.

One of my favorite trails, so beautiful and fun for your dog

wonderful hike ,great weather and a glorious trail

Had a great day of hiking, moderate traffic of people... Very nice hike! The falls were awesome!! Recommend this for tune up before more difficult hikes

2 months ago

We enjoyed this! It’s a moderate hike; I wouldn’t call it easy if you consider the Snoqualmie Valley Trail an easy hike. You’ll need sturdy shoes. Take some bug spray if you go in the evening. Great hike, beautiful waterfall. 5.4 miles round trip. It is signed well at first. There’s an unsigned junction that has an orange ribbon marking the correct path. Once you get near the waterfall, go right after you cross the creek to get to the falls.

Good hike but very popular. You’ll park on the roadside and have to walk to the trailhead. The falls are pretty and the trail is groomed. Good for all ages.

We missed the turn near the falls and kept hiking on the trail that carries on up the hill. Just be aware that that section isn’t well-marked.

Amazing hike! Left around 7:00PM and got back around 10:30PM. The path is kept pretty clear and the waterfall is beautiful. It was easy to find and it’s great to enjoy with friends!

Fun easy trail. My dogs had a blast!

We arrived just after 9:00a and road parking was already very packed. Got lucky with someone leaving.The trail is mostly easy, but there are some light to moderate slopes throughout.There are no directional signs on the trail, but luckily people left arrows on the ground made of sticks or rocks to point the way when the trail split. Our mileage trackers clocked the hike longer than listed, just over 7 miles round trip, but the payout at the falls was worth it. It's very beautiful, but the beach area is small so even with only about 30 people there it felt crowded. We'd do it again, but probably go earlier or on a weekday. (Note: many people were walking their dogs off-leash.)

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