There's a fair amount of hiking before you reach anymore drops, but there are some nice views of the Wallace River and a peek out at the valley.
|Lower Falls and a glimpse of Middle Falls|
Amy and I took a break and grabbed a snack once we arrived at the lookout for Lower Falls. It's cool that you can see Middle Falls from here too. Although it's called lower falls, there are actually two additional drops below. I wonder what they're called - Lower, Lower Falls and Lower, Lower, Lower Falls? The lowest drop is the most difficult to view. From what I could tell it seemed pretty similar to the drop just before it.
|I should order a Wallace Falls license plate|
And after I bent my finger backwards catching myself falling forward in the mud, we made it to the gorgeous main drop. The other time I made this hike, I twisted my ankle on the way down. I wonder if I'll ever be able to hike Wallace Falls without injuring myself.
It may be steep to get to the valley overlook, but it's a great payoff when you arrive. There's also another set of small drops here.
Darn! We had to change our plans to fall down the waterfall after reading this sign.
And we found a little spur trail on our way down that led us to yet another pretty drop.
You're probably thinking "what a fun day you just had! Now it's time to go home, have a nice dinner and rest, right?" Nope! That was only the start of our adventures for the day. Stay tuned for Snoqualmie Falls, seriously enormous Root Beer Floats, riding the Seattle Great Wheel and getting up close and personal with the Freemont Troll.