USA Murhut Falls
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The narrow ravine which the falls drop into is lined with huge Cedar trees and a lush temperate rainforest under-story of Salal bushes and ferns. A short distance downstream from the main falls there are two smaller falls, each dropping about 10 feet, which can be accessed from social trails which drop off the main trail just before reaching the main falls.
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Murhut Falls is located in the Duckabush River area of Olympic National Forest, west of Highway 101. Drive about 3-1/2 miles south of the Dosewallips River in Brinnon, or just under 5 miles north of the small town of Triton, and turn west onto Duckabush Road. Follow this road for 6 miles, then head left on NFR 2150, following signs for Murhut Falls. Follow Road 2150 for another mile and a half to the trailhead, following road signs where applicable. The trail leads to the falls in an easy 0.8 mile. The last .1 mile to the waterfall overlook has some steep drop-offs on one side of the trail, so use caution. The total elevation gain is 300 ft (91 meters).