Otter Falls ,Washington ,USA

Address -: Otter Falls ,Baring ,King County, Washington ,USA

Otter Falls is 1,200 foot waterfall that streams into tiny Lipsy Lake before draining to the Taylor River.Because of the lower angle of descent (alternating between 40 and 60 degrees for the most part), and the density of the forest downstream of Lipsy Lake and along the Snoqualmie Lake Trail, only the final 502-feet of the falls can be easily seen - though windows through the trees offer views of parts of the upper stretches in some places.
From Seattle, drive east on I-90 to exit 34. Turn left onto 468th Street and follow it about 0.3 miles to the junction with the signed Middle Fork Snoqualmie Road. Turn right and head up the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Road. Where the road forks with the Lake Dorothy Road, stay left. Follow this road to a stop sign and turn left, back onto the Middle Fork Road. Stay on this road until you arrive at a junction with the Taylor River Road. Take the left fork onto the Taylor River Road and continue about half a mile to a parking area large enough for about six cars at its end. No facilities available. A self-service Northwest Forest Pass station is back down the road at the Middle Fork Trailhead.
It is Extermily Dangerous 

Best time to visit -: 
before June or after Oct

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