Explore the most popular no dogs trails near Randle with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Very easy hike yesterday... Trees were majestic, amazing, almost ethereal... Cool one person bridge.

Awesome hike yesterday... Took the east side trail from Grove of the Patriarchs... Nice easy hike in and out. Falls were amazing.

hiking
8 days ago

We had 5 small kids age 5-11 and only did the 1 mile straight hike to the falls. We did not continue on throughout the 4 mile loop. This hike did have an elevation change of 300 feet throughout the trail. Some parts of the trail are narrow and right along the edge. But the Silver Falls are amazing. We went at the end of June and the colors we bright and vibrant. It was pretty heavily trafficked too. This trailhead was somewhat difficult to find as it was tucked in to the trees. But it is directly across the street from the Grove of the Patriarchs trail parking lot and the Eastline Trail sign. Definitely worth the short hike.

Some beautiful large trees and a lovely green river! Family loved skipping rocks!

Gorgeous

Love this trail!

Really interesting and beautiful to look at the trees. And the bridge is a fun element!

walking
21 days ago

Easy nice trail. The views of silver fall is astonishing.

This trail was truly amazing. The views of the roaring waters with the trees were stunning. We went up to the rocks and were a foot away from the falls, the mist in our faces felt so nice and the sounds were so relaxing. You can climb out to the rocks but be careful at some points are slippery. Highly recommend this hike!

hiking
23 days ago

Great hike! Did it with a friend and her 3 daughters, littlest one 9. Enjoyable hike for all ages. Well maintained trail, easy to follow signs. Actually did silver falls trail, but connected to the grove of patriarchs trail, which is a must see also! Waterfall was full and powerful, awesome to stand next to it and feel the mist on you. Lots of shade cover and so green.

I wouldn’t go up until late July or the beginning of August. The last mile is snow and steep, leaving it very dangerous. The melting snow has left points where snow bridges have formed over the small run-offs. Beautiful views at the top, I’m just lucky I didn’t break a leg or slide down some steep faces.

The trees are impressive.

We parked in lot B as day use visitors, and began the hike near the hot springs.

The Silver Falls are midway through the loop trail. The water was roaring though the pass while we were there (mid June), a result of lots of melting snow and two days of rain just before our hike.

Through much of the hike a layer of moss covered everything, dampening the sounds and bringing peace.

The path was wide and well padded. We saw people near the actual falls, but aside from that the hike was solitary. I highly recommend the Silver Falls Loop.

This was a beautiful trail to hike. We started off at Silver Falls trail and ended up here. The entire hike we were amazed at nature’s beauty thought the entire way. One thing worth mentioning is that there’s a bridge that you have to cross but only one person at a time. So on our way back across the bridge we had to wait like 10 minutes because people were crossing from the other side and would stop. They would start crossing before other people were off so we just waited patiently for our opportunity. Other than that the trees were amazingly gorgeous. Simply mind blown at the size and beauty of the trees. Definitely a trail I will bring my 6 year old son on next time.

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike. The scenery was beautiful the whole way. Trails are clearly marked. I plan on coming back with my 6 year old son because it is easy enough for kids to do. Will definitely be back again.

on Silver Falls Trail

1 month ago

What a rewarding hike!! All along the way the lucky hiker is dazzled with increasingly lush and dramatic sights. But nothing compares to the drama, the power, and raw beauty of Silver Falls. This technically easy hike should not be overlooked because of its lack of physical rigor. The lover of hiking will be in awe that you have been treated to this treasure for so little effort.

Beautiful spot!

Beautiful views. A great way to realize how tiny you are on this planet.

My favorite trail...is amazing.

This trail is short and worth every step! The waterfall was gushing yesterday and so beautiful. There are several points you can stop and take the beautiful scenery in, and get a perfect picture.

There were a couple really beautiful views coming up the trail including a gorgeous field of wildflowers. We went on a day with some clouds so we weren’t able to see the view point we wanted, but still very worth it. The hike up was 90% uphill and kicked our butts, but we were able to jog the whole way down pretty quickly which is super rewarding.

Incredibly amazing place to take your kids and learn about old-growth forests - land of 1000 yr old giants! We definitely will be back again soon. Just inside the park!

This is a great hike for kids and beginners such as myself. Easy, yet beautiful. The trees are astonishing!

I spent many Saturdays on this hike in the summer of 2017. This is a very peaceful and beautiful hike. We had a range of ages and experience levels with us and will for sure be back!

My favorite trail is very beautiful.

hiking
5 months ago

Lovely waterfalls in a pleasant forest setting. If you are short on time, you can also park your car on the side of the WA123 and take a connecting trail from there to make this into an even shorter there-and-back hike that doesn't take more than half an hour or so.

Roads are closed. We tried,to get there in Dec Mt Rainier hwy 123...closed

Easy hike among the giants.

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