Twin Falls Natural Area

4.718 Votes
  • Address: Homestead Valley Road, North Bend, WA 98045, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-4254557010
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Nature

Located close to the Olallie State Park is the Twin Falls Natural Area which is an almost 4-kilometre-long trail that is located near the North Bend in the state of Washington in the United States of America. With multiple ski levels, you will find mnay waterfalls along this trail which adds to the beauty of your nature walk. If you are looking for an easy hike, hike through the Cascade foothills which is only 30 minutes away from downtown Seattle. A few of the hikes in this area are not recommended for the beginners.

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  • Twin Falls Natural Area Address: Homestead Valley Road, North Bend, WA 98045, USA, United States
  • Twin Falls Natural Area Contact Number: +1-4254557010
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  • It's not too long of a hike to the falls. The trail started off mellow, then got a little more aggressive about half way up to the falls. That made for a pretty good workout. The falls were awesome to check out. But, once you get to the upper falls you may not want to go up any further because it just connect to the larger Iron Horse trail. There's nothing to see unless you want to keep going. That's where my wife and I had to turn around and head back. Have fun.😉

  • Been hiking here since 99 but haven't been in the last 4 years and first time going in summer. Plenty of shirtless teenage boys looking to jump in on the way out but the early start was great and the trail peaceful for most of the way. The parking lot was over full when I left so my advice is go early. Unless you're a teenager, then sleep in and let the old people at our before you head in for your social hour. All the times I went I thought the bridge was the end of the hike but today we kept going and the best view of the falls us up just a bit from there followed by challenging incline on soft rock-free trail. It was a great addition! Dogs are welcome in a leaf but we passed several off leash. Saw a little girl almost jump off the trail she got scared by one. Just because your dog will usually stay close to you does not make it ok. It's not about you. You're not special. Put the leash on. Otherwise a really enjoyable moderate hike for all ages.

  • Very easy family friendly hike. About 1.3 mile out and back. Lots of variations of the views of the waterfall. Highly recommended for anyone interested in walking in nature. Discover pass required for parking. A few bathrooms available at the parking areas. Bring your picnic food and enjoy. Stay on the trail and do not take shortcuts as the areas are for plant restoration

  • This is a beautiful area. The trees were happy and shady. It was quiet for a Rest Stop, but we just enjoyed the peace and quiet. I recommend to everyone to see this place.

  • I went on Dirty Harry's Balcony trail. It was probably the best hike I've ever been on. The hike was clearly laid out and not too challenging. The balcony view was like a dream!

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