Once you hit the trail, it will fork about .35-.4 miles in, take the right/straighter path. Left goes to Rooster mountain. After that it's pretty easy. At the next fork follow the sign to Snoqualmie Lake. Ran into loads of people coming and/or going for an overnight hike. I read a review that a nice guy put up a sign to Otter Falls, but all we found was the carving into the sign of the tree and a pile of rocks on the left...someone must have taken the sign...how rude. The left to the falls is around 4.5 miles. The only real elevation is here going up the the falls. We were all surprised how how HUGE the falls were. The pictures really do not do it's size justice and we were please we hiked out to see it. After that it's just a short .5 miles to Big Creek Falls. We had lunch here, basked in the sun for an hour and turned around. The trail was a little muddy and we had to rock hop across a few creeks but nothing seriously difficult. Very pretty trail and should we need something nice and easy, we shall return.
|Jen at Big Creek Falls|
|Triple H at Big Creek|
|You'll find this bridge at 3.5 miles|
|Up to Otter!|
|Look for this!! other than rocks at the base, this is the only indication to otter|