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Falling Water, Lake Serene Trail, Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, WA
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This waterfall is just up the Lake Serene Trail from the turn-off to Bridal Veil Falls, about 1.6 miles and 700 feet of elevation gain from the trailhead. It’s a busy spot on a sunny Sunday as hikers pause for lunch. To get to the lake, it’s another 2.0 miles and another 1,300 feet of elevation gain. Both the lake and the falls are very popular since the trail is easily accessible from the Seattle area and the trailhead is barely a half mile off Highway 2, just a couple of miles before the hamlet of Index.
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Uploaded: 09/06/2014
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Tags: washington; hiking; wilderness; lake serene trail; national forest; hike; mt. index; snoqualmie national forest; mount index; water; waterfall
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