Kings Creek Falls is a popular 40ft waterfall in Lassen Volcanic National Park with its own Mist Trail-JMT-like combo and many cascades in a 2.7-mile RT hike.
Mill Creek Falls is a 75ft waterfall where Bumpass and East Sulphur Creeks merged, accessed on a 3.2-mile RT hike from Lassen Volcanic NP’s south entrance.
Hatchet Creek Falls is a 25ft waterfall between Burney and Redding that also was a popular swimming hole though we had to earn it with a scramble to reach it.
Potem Falls is a 70ft free-falling waterfall on Potem Creek reached by a short hike from an unsigned pullout in Shasta-Trinity NF between Burney and Redding.
Whiskeytown Falls is a 220ft multi-tiered waterfall accessed by a 3.4-mile round-trip hike in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area near Redding, California.