Waterfall Hikes near Seattle

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In Alaska, they call spring “breakup” for the disassembling ice that comes with warming temperatures. Here in Washington, we might as well call the season “washout” as our high-elevation snows melt and dribble into creeks and rivers. That makes for spectacular waterfalls, at their most scenic when thick with runoff—and the worthy destination of a spring hike. Take care, as waterfalls are one of nature’s most dynamic features, creating as many hazards as photo ops.

Otter Falls

Interstate 90

In the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie, a broad valley just outside North Bend

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