Silver Falls Loop Trail

#1 of 147 trails in Mount Rainier National Park
Silver Falls Loop Trail is a 3 mile trail located near Ohanapecosh, Washington that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

6.74 miles Loop 200 feet
hiking forest hot springs waterfall
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Christy Wagnon

14 Completed2 Reviews

Beautiful trail -
Maintained and great view of the falls
But for sure more than 200 ft of elevation gain- according to my Fitbit closer to 1000. Definitely doable - took two first time hikers and added the Grove of the Patriarchs.

trail treader

4 Completed4 Reviews

Jessica Heavner

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was a nice short hike. Up-and-down some hills but not hard at all. The waterfall was beautiful and easy to get to!

Henry Miller

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great hike, beautiful view of the falls. A little tiring for people who aren't in great shape.

Armies-of P.

Well kept and beautiful. the trail connects to several other trails easy to stray of a bit to easy but mostly well marked. Great for family spot!

Melissa Hasham

2 Completed2 Reviews

Very nice and easy hike with multiple ways to access the falls. I went early and had the falls entirely to myself for an hour and a half!

Alex Kirk

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great quick and easy hike. Saw people of all ages on the trail. Not very strenuous, but the views of the falls are fantastic. With how dry our summer has been the falls are a little low but nonetheless still a great view. Good trip for families looking for a quick day hike.

James Corwin

5 Completed6 Reviews

Gave it 3 stars initially, but I'd go back over and over again to take new people. The views are beautiful and everyone should take the time to see them.

James Corwin

5 Completed6 Reviews

Great for kids with some good views. If you're spry then go off trail and traverse the rocks for the great views.

The Hammer

10 Completed9 Reviews

A really low stress walk with beautiful views and some nice places to turn off to see the hot springs and the grove of the patriarchs. There's a good spot to stop and get a picture of Rainier on the drive as well!