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All reviews easy hike extra distance burnt trees mist coming cool mist beautiful waterfall shuttle stop nice hike trail head early summer parking lot sun point full bloom mile hike picture opportunities st mary great pictures
We came here in August during the Howe Ridge wildfires this year. This is rated as a moderate trail with great views! You start the trail with St Mary's Falls, which is a sight in itself, and then gifted with several other waterfalls once you...More
Moderate hike, lovely waterfalls. Approx 4 miles total. Bring water. After you see the first waterfall, St. Mary's...keep going, you will pass several more...keep going, the trail ends at Virginia Falls.
There are several waterfalls in close proximity all worth seeing. There is roadside parking available but, from our experience, the parking lots may be filled up by mid to late morning. If you want to hike this trail we suggest you arrive rather early in...More
Virginia Falls is on the St. Mary's Falls trail but it is NOT the next falls after St. Mary's. There are several beautiful falls between St. Mary's and Virginia Falls and it is easy to think you are there and wonder why there is no...More
We came from the many glacier hotel. (about a 45 min ride) so we were off to a late start. arrived around 10 am at the sun point parking lot. this was a good spot as there was ample parking and a shuttle bus stop....More
My husband, a friend and I hiked the Virginia Falls trail. We knew the parking was limited so we arrived at the trail head at 7:15 am. There were only 2 vehicles in the small parking lot. The round trip (in and back out) to...More
We are walkers, not hikers. But we were able to complete the hike to Virginia Falls without difficulty and are so glad we did! The waterfalls accessible from the St. Mary shuttle stop were beautiful. St. Mary Falls is about 2 miles round trip and...More
With the shuttle you can get St Mary, Virginia and Baring Falls in glorious 4 mile walk with modest elevation change and a variety of views and terrain. If I were to do this hike again, I'd go reverse of what I describe below -...More
Depends on which you'd rather see, two sets+ of breath-taking waterfalls with a very scenic view or the hidden lake overview is just a unique awe-inspiring view of multiple peaks surrounding a beautiful lake. I loved both... More
Depends on which you'd rather see, two sets+ of breath-taking waterfalls with a very scenic view or the hidden lake overview is just a unique awe-inspiring view of multiple peaks surrounding a beautiful lake. I loved both, but if I had to pick, I'd say hidden lake overview. A site I may never see again in my life. Hard to beat that!
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Yes, but it is level for the most part and at the end when you do go up a bit it is not a steep continuous climb, there are a few waterfalls along the way to stop and see + lots of shade. I truly loved this hike and to... More
Yes, but it is level for the most part and at the end when you do go up a bit it is not a steep continuous climb, there are a few waterfalls along the way to stop and see + lots of shade. I truly loved this hike and to actually get up close in and under the falls was amazing.