Martha Falls is a picturesque waterfall nestled within Mount Rainier National Park in Lewis County. Cascading down in a series of tiers, this stunning waterfall offers serene views amidst the lush Pacific Northwest landscape. Accessible via a moderate hike, visitors are rewarded with the soothing sounds of rushing water and the beauty of the surrounding old-growth forest.
Waterfall Description: Unicorn Creek flows from Snow Lake, over the edge of a lava flow via a series of cascades, finally dropping 125 feet to the canyon floor over Martha Falls. The falls were named for Martha Longmire by one of her sons while he was working on the Wonderland Trail in Stevens Canyon.
Viewing Location: The main falls can be seen across the upper end of Stevens Canyon from a viewpoint along the road. A higher cascade of Martha Falls is visible along the Wonderland Trail about 0.6 miles from where the trail crosses the upper portion of Stevens Canyon Road, or 4.2 miles from the Reflection Lakes parking area. Continue an additional 0.9 miles down the Wonderland Trail to view Sylvia Falls.