Marymere Falls is located in Olympic National Park near Lake Crescent in Washington, United States. The falls are accessed by a one-mile, well maintained, dirt trail through old-growth lowland forest consisting of fir, cedar, hemlock, and alder trees. Falls creek descends from Aurora Ridge and tumbles over Marymere Falls and then flows into Barnes Creek. It has a height of 90 feet. The falls is one of the more popular attractions in the area, due to ease of access and proximity to U.S. Highway 101.
This is an amazing hike through some just gorgeous old forest. Once you hit the mountain, you do have some uphill to go to see the falls. They are impressive almost any time of year. We have gone in spring and late summer. Both were really nice. The parking is across the road, but the hiking trails go under the road (no need to dodge traffic). This is a nice place to stop and have a picnic if you are on a day drive around the Olympics.
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