Spray Falls, Mount Rainier National Park

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Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Spray Falls is a waterfall in the Mount Rainier National Park in Pierce County, Washington. The falls are fed by Spray Creek, which is a tributary of the Puyallup River. The falls drop about 354 feet (108 m) into a talus slope in a vailed horsetail form about 100 feet (30 m) wide.
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  • Nice hike with views of multiple waterfalls. Nice trail with just a few tricky spots. The last part is pretty much straight up but leads to incredible green meadows. We did not see any bears or...  more »
  • This waterfall, about two miles from the Mowich Lake trailhead, is quite stunning in that the water shoots out of a narrow outlet and sprays out (hence the name, I assume) and over a cascading series....  more »
  • Beautiful relatively easy hike from mowich lake campground. It is a little tricky to get to mowich lake campground though. but worth it. And if you are ambitious make sure you go to spray park to see the wildflowers. You have to go about 4 miles in but then it just gets more amazing every step you take
  • They don't call it spray falls for nothing! If you wanna get close, be prepared to get wet!

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