Washington

Hike Spoon Creek Falls

0.8 Miles Total - 200 ft gain - Out-and-Back Trail

Originally added by Sonja Saxe

Explore this quick trail that leads you through a lush forest and delivers you to a beautiful and impressive waterfall!

This is a great low effort, high reward hike that offers several viewpoints along the trail of the falls below before it meanders all the way to the shore of the creek. While it doesn't take long to hike to this spot you can easily spend an entire morning or afternoon exploring everything it has to offer. 

Make sure to beware of the creek levels in the winter and spring, the current is swift and a fall could be dangerous.  

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Forest
River
Waterfall

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