Deception Falls Interpretive Trail
The Deception Falls Interpretive Trail is a 1.0 km moderately trafficked loop trail in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest that is rated as easy. This is a pleasant stop off the highway, with a kid-friendly hike featuring waterfalls and a nice picnic area. While it’s brief, it’s very pretty!
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Route Description for Deception Falls Interpretive Trail
The trail begins from a clean, free parking area off the highway. There is a good picnic area and some passable restrooms. You can do the loop either way, and it’s nearly impossible to get lost. Walking clockwise, you’ll loop to the Tye River. The first viewpoint is of the falls at the river.
Continue around the trail, where a second viewpoint is available on your left. Complete the hike by following the river back down to the picnic area and parking lot. Interpretive signs share information about the falls and park, so take a minute to read them before setting up your picnic or hopping back into the car.
Getting to the Deception Falls Interpretive Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Deception Falls Interpretive Trail is right off US 2 at the crossing of Deception Creek. There is a parking area on the north side of the road.
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