Cherry Creek Falls Trail

cherry creek falls trail

cherry creek falls trail

Hike along old logging roads to a 25-foot tall waterfall on Cherry Creek just outside of Duvall. Note that access to this area is part of an easement with nearby homeowners, and part of the trail is on private land, so please remain on the main path, observe leash laws and keep noise to a minimum as a courtesy to home-owners along trail. There are no toilets at the trailhead.

Cherry Creek Falls Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 4.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Duvall, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September.

18 reviews of Cherry Creek Falls Trail "I visited Seattle for a conference and wanted to do something different not involving a City Pass. This was a very nice but long hike. Trail was not really marked and we almost turned around at one point…

Cherry Creek Falls . In partnership with. Duvall, WA. ... The trail to the falls branches off to the right on the other side of Hannan Creek. It may be hidden from view by a large dirt pile. Follow the sound of the falls, and shortly a firepit area is reached, which overlooks the falls. There is a short path leading to the base of the falls, a ...

Also, avoid any overgrown trails or roads that lead off of this access trail, lest you have an affinity for getting lost or judicious use of your machete. WTA describes the history of this trail: "Originally the site of a logging camp in the first part of the 20th century, Cherry Creek Falls is now a popular place for locals (and visitors) to ...

There are a couple of trails here, in various states of use, but all lead to an overlook above Cheery Creek Falls and continue down to the base of the falls. Because Cherry Creek Falls is a little under the radar for how close it is to Duvall and other nearby urban centers, don’t expect too much company during most of the year – except ...

Cherry Creek Trail is a hiking, trail running, walking adventure located in or near Castlewood Canyon State Park, CO. Enjoy & research Castlewood Canyon State Park, Colorado with trail guides, topo maps, photos, reviews & GPS routes on Trails.com.

I was hoping to take this hike during the spring when waterfalls have the water, but after reading the trail reports back then, I held off. Lots of rain meant very sloppy trail and more adventurous creek crossings then I'm used to.

Cherry Creek Falls Trail Entrance We easily found the start of the trailhead for Cherry Creek Falls and parked on the side of the road. The trail starts out immediately wooded and shortly after crossing a little bridge, Lulu started getting fussy about wanting to be held.

Cherry Creek Regional Trail Description View Trail Map The Cherry Creek Regional Trail is a picturesque 40-mile route that begins in downtown Denver and connects suburban and rural Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, including the communities of Parker, Centennial and Franktown.

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