The Evergreen State is a magical playground for those that cherish the outdoors. While out you're there, it's not uncommon to come across a cascading fall. But if you want to find one spot with two waterfalls at the same time, we know just the place: The Moulton Falls in Washington.\nLocated in Yacolt, this 5-mile roundtrip hike will take you through the Moulton Falls Regional Park, which is home to two cascading waterfalls — the Moulton Falls and the Yacolt Falls.\nSince it's flat with an elevation gain of only 250 feet, it's rated as a fun and easy hike. Dogs are allowed on leashes and it's accessible throughout the year.\nThere are several trails that lead you to this spot, so make sure you snap a picture of the map at the trailhead in the parking lot. Parking is free and you don't have to pay for entry either.\nThe trail is picturesque, as it's sandwiched between mossy boulders on one side and the Lewis River on the other.\nYou can step on to the rocks that were formed by lava flows from volcanoes many moons ago, and stop to sit on them while you're on your journey.\nView this post on Instagram 4 years with this beautiful lady❤️ #moultonfalls #pnw #pacificnorthwest #fall #autumn #iphotography #photography @amberrenay A post shared by David Collins (@dc_nw) on Nov 4, 2019 at 4:59pm PST\nThis hidden getaway is paved with stone stairways that run through a forest filled with big leaf maples, alders, cedars, and Douglas firs.\nIt leads to an iconic wooden bridge straight out of a storybook that'll probably dominate your Insta feed for days.\nIf you step out on to the rocks on the left of the bridge, you can see the roaring Moulton Falls.\nView this post on Instagram Thanks to @fulleylove.photos for getting me out to some new locations yesterday. It was the first time I've gone with another photographer out shooting. My eye caught this little section of ferns with a yellow (dieing one in the center) Turned out to be a nice little foreground for these falls not too far from home. 🌿💦🌿Yacolt Falls, Washington🌿💦🌿 . 📸 December 2019 . #yacolt #yacoltfalls #wanderwashington #washingtonexplored #evergreenstate #washingtondiscovered #onlyinwashington #wonderfulwashington #vancouverpdxliving #longexpo_ilike #longexposure_shots #pnw_shooters #pnwroamers #pnwparadise #pnwescapes #cascadiaexplored #pnwawearness #waterbrilliance #igworld_global #ig_nature_naturally #nb_nature_brilliance #got_greatshots #pnwmoods #pnwcrew #ig_serenity #tnhusa #ig_fotografdiyari #usaprimeshot #planetoutside #destinationpnw A post shared by Paul (@paulinthewilderness) on Dec 17, 2019 at 9:55am PST\nThe trail to the right of the bridge leads to the Yacolt Falls, which may only be 28-feet tall, but is beautifully complex with all of its naturally-carved crevices.\nThe pool of water by the foot of the falls also doubles as a splash-pool in summer.\nThere are plenty of picnic tables — some by the banks of the river even, so make sure you pack a pretty (filling) lunch and drive here on a weekday to avoid the crowds.\nView this post on Instagram anddd then we jumped off A post shared by jaime (@jaime_yoo_) on Aug 22, 2018 at 7:21pm PDT\nWashington is a dream place to chase waterfalls, and if that's your hobby, consider heading to this hidden pool that'll make you feel like a water nymph, one that turns purple or a breathtaking sight that cascades from 1,328 feet!\nThere's even one in our very "little Grand Canyon."\nMake sure you bookmark them for summer 2020 because it'll be here before you know it.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Joel (@joelishere) on Oct 6, 2019 at 12:35pm PDT\nMoulton Falls & Yacolt Falls\nDifficulty: Easy\nLength: Approx. 5-miles roundtrip\nAddress: 27781 NE Lucia Falls Rd, Yacolt, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: A very Instagrammable bridge will take you to two of Washington's hidden waterfalls.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.