Snoqualmie Falls Trail

#1 of 1 trails in Fisher Creek Park
*** The hiking trail reopened on September 14, 2013 *** Snoqualmie Falls Trail is a 1.2 mile out and back trail located near Snoqualmie, Washington that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking & walking and is accessible year-round.

1.2 miles Out & Back 300 feet
Kid Friendly Dog Friendly
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From Seattle, E on I-90 for 25 miles to exit 25 toward Snoqualmie City.
Turn LEFT (at the bottom of the ramp) onto Highway 18/SE SNOQUALMIE PKWY.
Drive 4 miles and Turn LEFT onto RAILROAD AVE SE / WA-202.
Drive 0.5 mile to one of the parking lots on both sides of the road.

David Henderson

3 Completed2 Reviews

Short but steep trail. We did this trail two years ago and erosion has done a number on it. Fortunately it's quite wide so there is plenty of room around the mini canyons forming from drainage. The flora is remarkable and there are several places to stop. The falls are beautiful - whether viewed from the top or bottom of the trail. The view from the bottom with the Salish Lodge perched atop the falls is iconic.

Diana Fein

41 Completed34 Reviews

Blaine Karlen

11 Completed11 Reviews

Lovely waterfall. Easy hike.

Cameron Scott

1 Completed1 Reviews

It's absolutely beautiful but by no means an easy trail. Granted it is only half a mile one way but one direction is entirely going up. I understand that I am a complete amateur when it comes to hiking but I was led to believe this trail was fairly level or more balanced.

Lena Barinova

9 Completed8 Reviews

Beautiful! Easy.

Angela Williams

3 Completed3 Reviews

Great trail that is well marked. The river at the bottom was beautiful. The hike back up is brutal but doesn't last long. Looking forward to going back.

Teri ZeBarth

18 Completed16 Reviews

Tourist trap! But hey, sometimes you have to play tourist in your own state. :^)) The trails are well maintained, and there are lovely flat rocks to picnic on down by the river. Beautiful views! Bring your camera.

Dan Kralik

5 Completed1 Reviews

Easy good for beginning hikers.

Katie Cummings

2 Completed2 Reviews

Good, fairly easy hike. Dog friendly.

Katie Cummings

2 Completed2 Reviews

Good hike, dog friendly. Was pretty short, but worth the view from the bottom.