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Deep Creek Falls
Photo By Eric Bishop

  • Title: Deep Creek Falls
  • State/Province/Region: Washington
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: HWY 410
  • Nearest Town: Naches
  • Brief Directions: Head west from Naches about 50 miles and take the Bumping Lake turnoff, go 9 miles on pavement, then another 4 miles on dirt. If you pass the Copper City sign, back up and take the first turn off to the right.
  • Notes: The falls are right beside the road, however, you must pull off in the first turnoff/parking to the left after the Deer Creek fork (stay left). You can only see the falls by listening to the water and following the sound (they are only ~100 feet from the road/60' from the "parking area" which holds about 5 cars. Beautifull all seasons (winter requires snowmobiles).
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Bug juice, gear for all seasons - weather changes FAST
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