Natural Feature

Sol Duc Falls

11 moradores locais recomendam

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Hayley
Hayley
June 22, 2021
A bit of a longer drive, over 3 hours but definitely beautiful and lots of hiking options in this area.
Debbie
Debbie
May 13, 2021
Gorgeous double waterfall, easy hike; requires ONP pass
Johanna And Timothy
Johanna And Timothy
December 6, 2020
The trail to Sol Duc Falls begins beyond the Sol Duc Hot Springs and Resort, at the end of the road. From the trailhead, follow the wide, well-maintained path through the forest. The route is family friendly and pleasant, wandering beneath a dense forest canopy and among every shade of green. Cross…
Logan
Logan
September 29, 2020
Sol duc falls is a beautiful one mile hike. Located at end of sol duc hot springs rd. Directly across hiway from campground
Michelle
Michelle
September 9, 2019
Nature site with a scenic waterfall accessible by a short hike & a wooden bridge.

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Washington, 98363