Franklin Falls Snow Hike / King County Community Event

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Franklin Falls Snow Hike / King County Community Event

February 18 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm PST

SNOW HIKE!

COME ON A winter adventure and see snow, ice, rivers & a frozen waterfall at Franklin Falls!

 

Saturday, Feb 18th 9am to 3pm

Length: 6.5 miles round trip

Elevation Gain: 700 feet; Highest Point: 2600 feet

Lead: Mark Adams (425) 200-5087

Parking Pass: Sno-parks permit (Washington Sno-Parks Pass)

Learn more: https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/franklin-falls-winter

Register: All attendees must be pre-registered for this event

Need a ride? Please contact [email protected]  if you need a ride, a pass, or assistance!

 

Directions: (Parking requires Sno-Parks Permit.)

The parking area for this trail is at the Asahel Curtis Sno-Park. From I-90, west of Snoqualmie Pass, take exit 47, then turn north at the end of the off-ramp and head a few hundred feet to a T intersection. Turn right here to find the beginning of the Sno-Park. Park along the edge of the road. A Sno-Park is required to park here during the winter.

To access the falls during the winter you will need to start from the Asahel Curtis Sno-Park and walk about 2.75 miles in along the road to reach the Franklin Falls Trailhead, and then continue on the trail from there.

Activities range in level of physical difficulty from 0 (least difficult) to 3 (difficult)
Difficulty level: 2.5

Details

Date:
February 18
Time:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm PST
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