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Falls Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Falls Creek Falls viewed from the lower trail (Curtis Barnard)
The top tier of the falls can be seen from the upper trail (cfm)

Description

Falls Creek Falls is a beautiful, yet powerful waterfall located deep in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. It has three tiers, first dropping 60 feet over a wide ledge, then spreading out and veiling over a 90 foot cliff, and finally it gathers then thunders another 70 feet into a huge bowl. The final two tiers can be seen from the lower trail. The upper tier is visible from several viewpoints on the upper trail.

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