Marymere Falls Loop

5 reviews #10 hike out of 321 in
2.2 mi
Distance
1 hrs 1 min
Time
terrain
350 ft
Elev Gain

Overview

This is an easy out and back trail to Marymere Falls in Olympic National Park. It begins along a paved path that crosses a few roads before heading into the moss-covered forest. There are plenty of signs pointing in the direction of Marymere Falls. Near the waterfall, the trail turns into a loop - either branch will get you to the waterfall and its viewing platforms.

Getting Started

The trail begins at the Lake Crescent Lodge in Olympic National Park. There is a large parking area behind the main lodge, but it fills up quickly with beach-goers, especially during the summer months. Look for the trail sign near the open field that points to Marymere Falls and Bovee's Meadow.

Taking Children

This is a great hike for children and has minimal elevation. The trail is wide, well-marked, and easily accessible from Lake Crescent Lodge. At the waterfall, there are a good amount of stairs leading to the viewing platforms.



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    1 year, 8 months ago
    Off of 101 turn onto Lake Crescent Rd towards ranger station. The trail is incredibly well maintained. Young children and strollers are no problem. I would not make a special trip to see these falls. However if you have time and are driving by no reason not to stop
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Nicholas Heilweil 8 years ago
Rob: Marymere Falls
Great little pitstop along the highway. The trailhead is right at the turnoff, so what you see is what you get. Nice short hike to stretch the legs out. Pretty cool stuff to see in a short distance, so it's worth the break ! Nice falls, and a Great run down.
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robert.arora 8 years ago
Marymere Falls
Great little pitstop along the highway. The trailhead is right at the turnoff, so what you see is what you get. Nice short hike to stretch the legs out. Pretty cool stuff to see in a short distance, so it's worth the break ! Nice falls, and a Great run down.
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em_576 1 year, 8 months ago
Marrymere Falls
Easy out and back 1.79 Mi.
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