HALL CREEK FALLS
RATING - 32.0
VR - 4 (M/Sm) HR - 5.0 SR - 12/20
TYPE OF APPROACH - Bushwhack
DIFFICULTY - Difficult
LOCATION - Ollalie State Park Area
TYPE - Horsetail
HEIGHT - 105'
WIDTH - 20'
Hall Creek Falls is a really unique waterfall. Hall Creek drops over a 40' plunge before sliding down the mountainside in a long curving horsetail at a rather low 30 degree angle. I saw several mountain goats on the cliffs above the creek my first time in so that was a nice bonus. There are several small falls located below the main drop that are pretty nice as well. On both of my trips into the falls I have neglected to photograph the middle falls and my pictures of Lower Hall Creek Falls are not great at this point. This one may be pretty tough to get to, but it is worth the effort.
|DIRECTIONS - Follow
the directions to Change Creek Falls. Hall Creek
is the next creek east. Walk east past where Hall Creek goes under the road and find
a trail heading upstream. Follow this until it ends at the lower falls of Hall
Creek. From there you're on your own. Head upstream anyway you can to the
main falls. There is also a route down to the falls from the Zigzag
Trail if you can find that.
NEARBY WATERFALLS - Change Creek Falls, Lower Hall Creek Falls, Weeks Falls
|ADDITIONAL PICTURES (CLICK TO ENLARGE)|
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