Falls Creek Falls is an easy-to-see 30ft waterfall on Falls Creek near the Ohanapecosh entrance to Mt Rainier National Park on the park’s east quieter side.
Comet Falls is a 320ft waterfall on Van Trump Creek that may be Mt Rainier National Park’s tallest waterfall reached by an uphill 4-mile round-trip hike.
Van Trump Falls is a waterfall on Mt Rainier that I’m giving special attention to because it can easily be confused with Comet Falls without any prior research.
Christine Falls is a 69ft waterfall on Van Trump Creek easily seen with a road bridge on the south side of Mt Rainier National Park in Pierce County, Washington
Narada Falls is a 188ft waterfall with a short walk to is frontal view where we saw a broad rainbow making it my wife’s favorite waterfall in Mt Rainier NP.
Myrtle Falls is a 72ft waterfall accessed on a 1/4-mile walk giving us a rare chance to photograph it fronting Mt Rainier – Washington’s most iconic mountain.
Martha Falls is a cascading waterfall with a final 125ft drop in Stevens Canyon on the eastern slopes of Mt Rainier, where we saw its full extent from the road.
Spray Falls is a twisting 354ft waterfall reachable by a 4-mile hike on the Spray Park Trail in the northern slopes of Mt Rainier in Pierce County, Washington.