September 23, 2017
TRAIL: (4c): 6Km and 10Km distances will be available. The 6Km distance includes Middle Falls, which has a drop of 265-feet; one of the highest, and most spectacular of waterfalls in Washington. The walk starts at Wallace Falls State Park, a 4,800-acre park that lies along the banks of the Wallace River, and boasts a series of waterfalls tumbling down the Skykomish River Valley. Not suitable for wheelchairs or strollers.
PRE-REGISTRATION: OPTIONAL. If pre-registering and you are ordering the award, your request must be post-marked by September 1st. Make check payable and mail to: Four Plus Foolhardy Folks, c/o Sylva Coppock, 10813 SE 172nd Street, Unit 2A, Renton, WA 98055-5966. Find a registration form here.
CHALLENGES: ESVA: Snohomish County
MORE INFO: Dick Williamson, 253-854-1477 email: email@example.com website: www.fourplushikers.weebly.org
HATPIN: “B” hatpins available.
MISCELLANEOUS: Water at start and restrooms in the park. Pets are welcome in the park on leash at all times. Owners responsible for leash and clean-up laws.
Written directions and maps will be provided to all participants.
AWARD: The 100% embroidered multi-colored patch based on a section of the falls pictured above. The patch, designed by Dorman Batson is $10.00. 30 AVAILABLE. NO REORDERS. IVV credit is $3.00. Free participants are welcome but must register, carry, and return a start card.
DIRECTIONS: I-5: At the northern end of Everett, take Exit 194, US-2 (east). Travel US-2 through the towns of Monroe, Sultan and Startup. Once you reach the town of Gold Bar, look for the Wallace Falls State Park sign and take a left onto First Street. Then turn right onto May Creek Road and in a short distance stay left at the fork to get on Ley Road. Stay left again at the end of Ley Road to enter the state park parking lot.
This is a wildly popular hike. For the best parking options, arrive as early as 7 a.m. The Start Table will be open.
Do not park along Ley Road
Washington Sate Discover Pass Required.