Marymere Falls and Madison Falls, Photo Gallery, Olympic National Park, Washington
Marymere Falls and Madison Falls
Olympic National Park
Marymere Falls is located .85 miles from the Storm King Ranger Station at Lake Crescent. The falls drop over 80' down Falls Creek to its confluence with Barnes Creek, which continues a short distance into Lake Crescent. Madison Falls is located just off Olympic Hot Springs Road in the Elwha River Valley. Madison Falls drop 45' into a small pool, and continue into the Elwha River just over the road.
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Daisies in the meadow at Storm King Ranger Station
Bridge over the Falls Creek - Barnes Creek confluence
Club mosses, true mosses, and liverworts hang from trees and cover the lowland forest floor
There are over 1,450 types of vascular plants on the Olympic peninsula
Paintbrush is found throughout Olympic, from the coast to alpine meadows
Though more abundant in rainforests, Big Leaf Maple can still be found in damp areas in the Olympic rain shadow
The Marymere Falls Trail passes through lowland forests on the shores of Lake Crescent