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Women’s Group Hike Hidden Falls Via Tarbell September 18th
September 18 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm PDTFree
This is a FREE event Please RSVP! Hidden Falls via Tarbell Trail is a 10.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Yacolt, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. This is a great trail with amazing views! Out & back depending on the pace of the group will take aprox 3.5-4 hours but be aware we cannot guarantee an exact time of completion. We will have lunch at the falls to rest and take in the view, bring your camera it’s pretty awesome! A backpack with plenty of water & snacks is a must, along with proper hiking shoes & comfortable weather appropriate clothing. PLEASE check out the list below for gear requirements. MICHELLE WILL BE FOLLOWING SMOKE ADVISORIES ALL WEEK AND WILL REACHOUT IF IT IS UNSAFE TO HIKE Sept 18th.
For safety and peace of mind all participants will meet at Multon Falls Overflow parking lot so that we can car train up to The Tarbell Trail Head together. The drive up from our meet up at Multon Falls takes about 20 mins. The gravel road up is maintained and accommodates smaller vehicles with low ground clearance. Meet up for carpool & car train is at 8:00am, please be on time and communicate with Michelle regarding any issues or concerns. Let’s hit the trail!
Wear weather appropriate clothing and hiking shoes. It will be cooler and possibly raining so water proof or resistant is required for this hike.
Pack a lunch & plenty of water! I recommend at least half your body weight in ounces 🙂
NO DOGS PLEASE.
Meet up location: Multon Falls Overflow Parking 27781 NE Lucia Falls Rd Yacolt, WA 98675
Trail Head Location: Tarbell Trail Head
Parking: Discovery Pass is required! Gravel parking area with moderate amount of parking
Required Equipment: Water & snacks, lunch if you would like. Proper hiking shoes & clothing that are weather appropriate. It will be cooler and possibly raining so water proof or resistant is required for this hike.
Recommended Equipment: Walking stick, sunglasses, camera