Loowit Falls is a 200ft waterfall accompanied by several cascades sitting right in the heart of the blast zone of Mt St Helens, but I had to earn my visit.
Harmony Falls was a 50ft waterfall that once dropped into Spirit Lake before the major eruption of Mt St Helens buried it as the lake rose 200ft in its wake
Lower Lewis River Falls is a wide 200ft waterfall with a 43ft height making it one of the more impressive wild waterfalls in the state of Washington…
Panther Creek Falls was a pretty 50-75ft waterfall in the Wind River part of Gifford Pinchot National Forest where Panther Creek and Big Creek converged.
Walupt Falls is an unusually-shaped 220ft waterfall on Walupt Creek right by its confluence with the Cispus River, but I definitely had to earn my visit…
Falls Creek Falls is a 250ft waterfall on Falls Creek reachable by a 3.4-mile round-trip hike in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Southern Washington.
Big Creek Falls is a 125ft plunge waterfall accessible by an easy 0.6-mile round-trip walk within Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Southern Washington.
Curly Creek Falls is a seasonal waterfall near Mt St Helens plunging through some natural bridges, but it took us 3 tries before we finally saw it properly.