Gorge Creek Falls Trail
The Gorge Creek Falls Trail is a quick, easy loop trail with a waterfall view. It’s only 0.8km long with 12m of elevation gain, making it suitable for all levels and ages. Part of this trail is paved, making it stroller-friendly. It’s a nice way to stretch your legs before or after a day in the park.
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Route Description for Gorge Creek Falls Trail
Gorge Creek Falls Trail is a very easy way to stretch your legs and enjoy a waterfall in a mossy forest. It’s less than a kilometer in length and nearly flat, so most visitors should be able to get to the viewpoint.
Begin from the parking area and take the path on your left. This will lead you to the falls viewpoint through the forest. You’ll loop around the trail through the trees back to the parking lot. If you want the quickest and easiest trail possible, you can hike this as an out and back from the short side of the trail. Enjoy the falls and the forest before heading out.
Getting to the Gorge Creek Falls Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Gorge Creek Falls Trail is off North Cascades Highway at the west end of Gorge Lake.
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