Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail
Weeks Fall Interpretive Trail is a lovely little walk suitable for the whole family. It’s a quick pit stop at 1.3 km with only 11 m of elevation gain. See old-growth trees, relax by the falls, or use this as a way to stretch your legs while driving.
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Route Description for Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail
Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail is a very quick, pretty, easy walk suitable for all ages. It’s a nice way to get some fresh air when you’ve been driving, with old-growth trees and a great waterfall to keep you company.
The walk begins from the parking loop, heading to the right on the Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail next to the South Fork Snoqualmie River. Closer to the falls, the trail splits, but it meets again shortly thereafter so it doesn’t particularly matter whether you stay left or right.
Enjoy the signage about the area, then settle in at the waterfall viewpoint, which is just past the second parking area (you could park here and make it a super quick trip if you wanted to).
When you’re ready, retrace your steps to the trailhead.
Getting to the Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail is off SE Homestead Valley Road in a parking area immediately east of the Olallie State Park South Fork Picnic Area.
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