Hemlock Creek Falls
Skamania County, Washington, United States
- WATERFALL OVERVIEW
- PICTURES (1) AND MEDIA
- USER COMMENTS
This waterfall has been surveyed, mapped and measured in person by the World Waterfall Database.
This waterfall occurs along a stream that is known to vary greatly in volume and as a result may not flow consistently year round or may dry out completely during certain periods.
HISTORY AND NAMES
- Hemlock Creek Falls is the Official name of this waterfall
Location and directions
Located near Eagle Cliff, along FR 90. Drive for about 8 3/4 miles east of the end of SR 503 (SR 503 becomes FR 23, and FR 90 turns to the right), or about 5 1/2 miles west of the Lower Falls Recreation area to the signed Big Creek Falls trailhead. Follow the easy trail for about 500 feet to the viewing area for Big Creek Falls, then proceed another 100 feet downstream, to a trail forking to the right, marked only by a sign that states "trail". Follow this trail to its end in about 3/4 of a mile, at a fenced viewpoint looking out over the Lewis River Canyon, with Hemlock Creek Falls off to the left.
|Hemlock Creek Falls is shown in the center. Additional nearby waterfalls (if any) can be found in the list below.|
Additional Nearby Waterfalls
|Name of Waterfall||Distance|
|Cave Falls||0.74 mi / 1.19 km|
|Big Creek Falls||0.99 mi / 1.59 km|
|Unnamed Waterfall||1.96 mi / 3.13 km|
|Rush Creek Falls||2.99 mi / 4.78 km|
|Curly Creek Falls||3.38 mi / 5.41 km|
|Miller Creek Falls||3.53 mi / 5.64 km|
|McClellan Falls||3.84 mi / 6.14 km|
|Upper Curly Creek Falls||3.98 mi / 6.38 km|
|Chickoon Creek Falls||4.27 mi / 6.83 km|
|Cussed Hollow Falls||4.4 mi / 7.03 km|
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I recommend a moderate telephoto for this one. Anything in excess of 200mm is overkill, but 100mm is not quite enough, if you want the falls to fill the frame. Beware nasty haze issues which plague this waterfall on sunny afternoons. Best light in the morning.
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