Murhut Falls Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Murhut Falls, long a secret only known to locals along the east side of the Olympic Peninsula, cascades 153 feet in two sections down into a verdant gorge along the Duckabush River, culminating in a small pool festooned with fallen old- growth logs. Adventurers can wander into the pool at the base of the lower falls and cool off in the glacier- fed spray.
Hiking to Murhut Falls takes 15 to 20 minutes and is well worth the slight amount of elevation gain (175 feet) encountered. The trail, which is wide, even, and well- graded,
was refurbished in recent years by the Forest Service, making access to this gem of a woodland waterfall that much easier. Right from the trailhead, which is marked with a “Murhut Falls Trail” sign, hikers enter into another world dominated by big trees."