trip report by site editor Rick McCharles
5.6 miles, roundtrip
Elevation Gain: 1300 ft.
Highest Point: 1500 ft.
I camped at Flowing Lake Park. Tried to get an early start. But the trail was busy, busy, busy even on a Friday in April.
Washington Trails Association has the best write-up:
Despite the foot traffic Wallace Falls sees as one of Washington’s most popular attractions, those who get out early on the trailhead will be rewarded with a serene tranquility that few other hikes in the area can offer. And unlike many trails, which sacrifice peripheral scenery on the journey for the prospect of a grand summit view, the Woody Trail is consistently gorgeous as you wind your way along the Wallace River and approach the nine dazzling falls. …