The trail to Marymere Falls in the Olympic National Park is an mere 0.8 mile but a journey into another world.
The trail meanders through towering trees.
We hit the trail on a rare sunny day; this is a rainforest and that usually means rain.
Devil’s Club, watch out for it! Although it’s an attractive plant with large maple-like leaves and red berries, everything about it is spiky and can cause grief.
Even the streams are saturated with green.
Test Road Trip to the Olympic Peninsula
- Planning a Road Trip: Old Ways Vs. New Ways
- A Lunch Stop at Anacortes
- A Deception Pass Boat Trip & Whale Watching
- Washington State Parks on Whidbey Island
- On the Ferry to Port Townsend
- Port Townsend
- Sequim Lavender Fields
- A Hike up Hurricane Ridge: Wildflowers and Mountain Goats
- Marymere Falls
- The Hall of Mosses Trail in the Hoh Rain Forest
- Ruby Beach
- Ocean Shores: Steamers and Strange Blue Jelly Fish
- Recommendations for Travelling Around the Olympic Peninsula