Hike to Cherry Creek Falls near Seattle, WA

I planned to do hiking with a few of my friends. We decided to check Cherry Creek falls this time. It’s a nice family-friendly hike. The round-trip length is 5.0 miles with an easy 450 feet elevation gain. Also park legally or your car will be ticketed or towed at your expense. There are no toilets at the trailhead. Please plan accordingly. The trails follow an old logging road that’s pretty flat. You’ll see all sorts of mosses, ferns, and foxgloves throughout the trail. It was super muddy so boots are highly recommended. It’s a dog-friendly trail, I took my dog, Sammy, as well and he really enjoyed swimming. After going through all of the twists and turns in the forest you’ll reach a wonderful hidden gem. The falls at the end are amazingly beautiful! And there is a deep spot in the back left corner where people can jump off the fallen tree. We took some memorable pictures. Come check it out.

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I'm a Businessman and i usually travel within the US for my business trips. I love to explore different and unique places.

Seattle, WA

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