"I am not a regular with hiking. But I liked the trail. I started my trek by 10:30am and was back in less than 2 hours, without much of a hurry. While the upper fall is the last point on this trail, I actually liked the view of the lower falls. Most of the trail is through deep forestation and hence one can only get limited scenic views (or opportunities to take great photos). But at one can easily approach the water front and enjoy the flowing waters. I did not get into the water (water was very cold), but the more adventures ones can do that. Overall it was a relatively easy trek.
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Directions: I took I-90 East from Bellevue and took Exit 34. Make right on to 468th Ave SE and go for about a mile. You would see the brown Olallie State Part and Twin Falls Trailhead signs. Make left on SE 159th St and that road ends at the Twin Falls Trailhead. Discover pass is required (and I bought one at Big 5 Sports store), and a single day pass is also available at the pay station right in the paring lot at the Trailhead."
Visited on Jul 24, 2012