Falls Creek Falls ,Carson, WA, USA


Address -: Falls Creek Falls ,NF 3062, Carson, WA 98610, USA

Falls Creek Falls hike through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest leads to a 220-foot, three tiered waterfall.
The trail to Falls Creek Falls is well maintained with a few short moderately steep areas. The trail hugs the creek for the first mile, and takes you through old growth trees for the second mile. Once the falls are in sight, make sure to stop and look up to see the top tier through the trees. It's not visible otherwise. The trail ends with with an impressive view of the middle and lower tier.
If you're feeling adventurous and don't mind the spray from the falls, scramble to the small ledge below for a different perspective and photo op. Back at the top, you can get to the base of the middle tier, over the giant rocks, under some fallen trees, and up a steep path of loose dirt and exposed roots. It requires a little more skill, but so worth it.
Beginning at the end of Road 3062, this trail follows Falls Creek, climbing through a 30 to 60 year old forest for about 1 1/2 miles. A cable suspension bridge spans a rock gorge providing spectacular views of the white water of Falls Creek. Continue uphill for 0.7 miles, crossing a creek, to the base of the waterfall. Be prepared to get wet! The creek can be deep in the early seasons.

Best time to visit -: May - Nov.           
                                From - Dec. - April it is closed

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