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Twin Falls Viewpoint (2) - Olallie State Park, Washington State

Olallie State Park is located 1/2 hour east of Seattle along Interstate 90 and the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River, and includes the Twin Falls Natural Area to the south.  

The Twin Falls Trail is a popular hiking trail, providing a viewing platform overlooking the lower of the two waterfalls.  Further on, the trail crosses the river with views of the upper falls and down the valley.

Olallie State Park features a picnic area, natural trail, river access and a viewpoint of Weeks Falls.  Several trailheads depart from Olallie State park, several of which join Iron Horse Trail State Park, a 30-mile railroad line converted for hiking and bicycle.

Copyright: Washington State Parks Foundation
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13540x6770
Taken: 17/10/2013
Uploaded: 20/10/2013
Updated: 08/04/2015


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