RATING - 74.0
Falls is one of the best falls in the state. It is located in the state park named
for the falls. Visitors can follow a trail for a little over 2 miles to the
viewpoint of the falls. The trails get pretty busy on weekends so you may encounter
crowds along the way. The falls drop in two tiers of 265' and 60' with some cascades
in between. In the spring and early summer the amount of water going
over the falls is unbelievable, but later in the summer the river gets
fairly small. Any time of year this makes for a worthy destination if
you don't mind sharing your waterfall with other hikers.
VR - 8.0 (Big)
HR - 7.0
SR - 18/20
TYPE OF APPROACH - Trail
DIFFICULTY - Medium
LOCATION - Wallace Falls State Park
TYPE - Tiered
HEIGHT - 345'
WIDTH - 25'
|DIRECTIONS - Drive east on Highway 2 from Monroe to the town of Gold Bar. Turn left in town where a sign points towards Wallace Falls State Park. Once in the park, hike the nicely graded trail for about 2.3 miles to the viewpoint for the falls.|
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