Twin Creek Falls
Skamania County, Washington, United States
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- USER COMMENTS
This waterfall has been surveyed, mapped and measured in person by the World Waterfall Database.
Some time during the winter of 2014 several large trees have fallen between the road and the falls, which will at the very least make viewing the falls from the road (and in turn with the least amount of foreshortening) impossible without heavy obstruction. It appears to be considerably more difficult to walk up to the base of the falls now as well.
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
- Twin Creek Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall
Location and directions
Twin Creek Falls is located approximately 6 miles south of the North Fork Campground, or 8 1/2 miles south of the junction of FR 28 and 23. There is a large turnout on the opposite side of the road from the falls, and the short trail leads to the base of the falls.
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Additional Nearby Waterfalls
|Name of Waterfall||Distance|
|East Canyon Creek Falls||2.17 mi / 3.48 km|
|Unnamed Waterfall||2.42 mi / 3.88 km|
|Behemoth Falls||2.85 mi / 4.56 km|
|Toms Slide||4.1 mi / 6.55 km|
|Slickrock Falls||4.19 mi / 6.71 km|
|Chinook Falls||4.24 mi / 6.79 km|
|Coho Falls||4.42 mi / 7.08 km|
|McCoy Creek Falls||4.52 mi / 7.24 km|
|Initial Falls||4.62 mi / 7.39 km|
|Whitewater Falls||4.64 mi / 7.42 km|
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Twin Creek Falls suffers from a substantial amount of foreshortening due to the pitch of the top of the falls. Shooting from the road will yield the most illustrative views of the falls, but they'll most likely be partially obstructed by a tree or two. From the bottom of the falls, the upper half can't be seen. The falls face west and are often bathed in sunlight in the afternoon, so save this one for the morning.
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