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Marymere Falls, Port Angeles

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Marymere Falls is located in Olympic National Park near Lake Crescent in Washington, United States. The falls are accessed by a one-mile, well maintained, dirt trail through old-growth lowland forest consisting of fir, cedar, hemlock, and alder trees. Falls creek descends from Aurora Ridge and tumbles over Marymere Falls and then flows into Barnes Creek. It has a height of 90 feet. The falls is one of the more popular attractions in the area, due to ease of access and proximity to U.S. Highway 101.
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  • The walk to Marymere falls is relatively short and not particularly challenging. There are a couple of elevation gains toward the end but not long and not too difficult. The falls are lovely and seclu...  more »
  • Really pretty hike -- the waterfalls weren't the biggest hit, though. The log bridge, the trees groaning under dripping moss, and the frosted leaves and evergreen needles were just spectacular. Be awa...  more »
  • Just off the highway, a short walk takes you to this pretty waterfall. It is not the biggest in the world, but all waterfalls are fascinating. Well worth a few minutes walk.