While driving from Fall City toward Snoqualmie Falls, you will cross over Tokul Creek. You may notice that the creek has carved itself a rather impressive canyon. Tokul Creek being a large creek has cut down to the resistant rock at the head of the canyon forming at least two waterfalls. Hidden Falls is the easiest to access. A second, possibly larger falls (Tokul Falls) occurs downstream about 1/4 of a mile, however, the only safe way to see it is to proceed down the road for a short distance to the signed Tokul Creek Forrest trail (built by Weyerhaeuser), which winds down towards the creek in about 1/3 of a mile. Right around a bunch of signs labeling a group of trees, make your way toward the creek. A 20 - 30 foot falls can be seen on the main portion of the creek upstream several hundred feet (but a large boulder prevents good photo ops), and a small 10 foot falls can be seen below and to the left of the main falls. The smaller of the two can be seen from the railroad trestle, which is part of the network of "Rail Trails" that are being constructed in the area.
- Hidden Falls is the Adopted name of this waterfall.
Drive east from Fall City towards Snoqualmie Falls along Hwy 202 to just past the Salish Lodge at Snoqualmie Falls, where you will see Tokul Rd. veering uphill and off to the left. Turn and follow this road for about 1.5 miles to a bend in the road. Tokul Rd. turns sharply off to the left and almost immediately crosses the large creek. Park on the east side of the bridge, and find the small beaten path on the far (west) side of the bridge which leads to good views of the falls (which are 'hidden' from view on the bridge) in a few yards.