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Spray Falls is one of the most impressive natural spectacles in Washington State as it cascades 354 feet down an andesite wall and spreads out as wide as 100 feet across by the time it reaches its base and diffuses across a wide and rocky boulder-filled gorge. The short hike to get there is well worth a couple of hours, and adventurers can tack on a visit to Spray Park a mile beyond the falls to see nearby Mt. Rainier reflected in tarns and dressed up in wildflowers.
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