Renowned for its glorious waterfalls, Olallie State Park is a great place to kick off the hiking season. Moderate trails lead to the popular Twin Falls, the smaller Weeks Falls and other cascading water falls, or past the remains of a massive landslide to Cedar Butte.
Mountain bikers looking for a backcountry experience may ride the 20-mile-long Olallie Trail, which climbs more than 3,000 feet and provides stunning views of the Snoqualmie Valley. Rock climbers will find days of activities in four different cliff areas, on routes with technical ratings of 5.5 to 5.13b.
Long-distance hikers and cyclists can reach the Palouse to Cascades Trail (and an exciting new mountain bike trail) from the Cedar Falls trailhead. Anglers find rewarding fishing on the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River.
This large day-use park is within 45 minutes of Seattle and lies on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains. The park has several trailheads and offers a quintessential Washington landscape of powerful falls, lush forest, soaring cliffs, sweeping views and a rushing river. If you're looking for a break from the city without the long drive, Olallie is your destination.
Olallie State Park is a 2,329-acre day-use park east of Seattle. The park offers 6 miles of moderate hiking trails, excellent fishing, interesting cliffs, local rock climbing opportunities and access to the long distance, mixed-use Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail.
PICNIC & DAY-USE FACILITIES
The park offers a total of 11 picnic tables in two picnic areas at the South Fork Picnic Area. All are available first come, first served.
0.1 miles of ADA hiking trails
6 miles of hiking trails
WATER ACTIVITIES & FEATURES
OTHER ACTIVITIES & FEATURES