I ventured up to Wallace Falls in Gold Bar, Washington with a friend in late February 2017. I’ve heard about this hike before and aw some beautiful pictures posted, but I had not yet ventured out for the hike. We have experience a higher than normal amount of snow this year in the area, but we had a great break in the weather to head out for the day. We reached the parking lot, to find several other people had the same idea! The hike starts as a beautiful stroll through the forest and along with river. The trees are tall and covered in a lush, green moss. The falls is broken into three sections–lower fall, middle falls and top falls. While hiking you are able to get a glance at the lower and middle falls in the distance. It is a spectacular sight! The hike is about 2.75 miles to the top, and it is a good workout! The scenery is beautiful and keeps you occupied along with way. This is definitely a hike for the bucket list in Washington!