Talk about a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow! Denny Creek Trail in Washington has a lot of highlights along the way, but the best is the natural waterslide at Keekwulee Falls. At the bottom of the slide sits a pool of water, perfect for taking a swim on a hot day.\nIf you can't decide whether you want to spend your afternoon hiking or swimming, this spot is a "two birds with one stone" situation.\nLocated near Snoqualmie Pass, the beginning of the trailhead is just over an hour outside of Seattle.\nAccording to the Washington Trails Association, the entire Denny Creek Trail is about 6-miles round trip. Still, if your final destination is the waterslides, you only have to head in a little over a mile.\nThe natural waterslide is a length of rock that is entirely soft after years of being eroded by water flow.\nThe trail is open year-round, child and dog friendly, the park just asks you to keep your pup on a leash.\nTo park, hike, and stay, you will need to purchase a pass for $5, according to the trailhead's website.\nView this post on Instagram A little piece of Keekwulee Falls above the main drop at this time years ago 🌲💦 . . . . . #waterfallwednesday #livewashington #waterfallhike #pnwlife #waterfalls #washingtonexplored #ig_waterfalls #pnw #keekwuleefalls #chasingwaterfalls #pnwlove #nature_brilliance #waterfallsfordays #pnwcollective #dennycreek #bestwaterfalls #water_captures #nature_waterfalls #washingtonstate #water_brilliance #pnwonderland #wa_nderlust #northwestcreatives #pnwdiscovered #wander_washington #nwexposure2018 A post shared by Kimba 💦🌿🌲 (@kimba823) on Aug 15, 2018 at 8:24pm PDT\nIf you decide to hike the entire 6-miles, it isn't too challenging, especially if your final destination is the waterslide.\nNot to mention the views of Keekwulee Falls and the quintessential Pacific Northwest wonderland with forest canopies make this a picture-perfect spot to explore.\nView this post on Instagram In love with Denny Creek🌄🌲 A post shared by 🌺Mia🌺 (@miamcdia) on Aug 2, 2017 at 4:02pm PDT\nKeekwulee Falls and Denny Creek are a "heavily trafficked" trail, so maybe think about heading earlier in the morning to beat the crowds.\nIn the summer months, this PNW gem has tons of picnic and camping sites. Why not make a weekend getaway out of it?\nView this post on Instagram I can't believe we found a hike with two natural waterslides, multiple falls, and an amazing ice cave. Washington is the best! A post shared by Nina Swart (@pinkneeners) on Aug 3, 2017 at 10:00am PDT\nGrab those hiking boots, bathing suits, and hit the trail!\nDenny Creek Trail\nDifficulty: Easy\nLength: 6-miles roundtrip\nLocation: North Bend, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: Beautiful views and a natural waterslide, makes this an easy hike with views!\nWebsite\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.