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
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.
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…
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.