Silver Falls

Auburn, Washington 98071

Silver Falls

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"One of the more accessible waterfalls in Mt. Rainier National Park, Silver Falls chutes through a chasm of its own making in the Ohanapecosh River and then drops over a ledge, falling 40 feet into a blue- green punchbowl before continuing downstream under a wooden footbridge. Given the falls’ location a short hike from the road, visitors traversing the east side of Mt. Rainier National Park shouldn’t miss it.

To get to Silver Falls, fi nd a small parking area a quarter mile south of Mt. Rainier National Park’s Stevens Canyon entrance on WA 123 and park by a small trailhead marked with a small metal “Silver Falls” sign. Follow this boot path into the old-growth forest to the west and soon cross over the Ohanapecosh River via a high wooden footbridge and look right (north) to see Silver Falls thundering down its main 40-foot drop into a deep “blue hole” below before crashing downstream."

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Trail Information

Auburn
Nearby City
0.6
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
15- 30 minutes
Duration
Year-round
Season
Waterfalls
Features
Mt. Rainier National Park, Ashford, WA; www.np.gov/mora; (360) 569-2211
Local Contacts
DeLorme Washington Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 75 8C
Local Maps

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Dec 2018