JECKYL AND HYDE FALLS
|RATING - 3/10
TYPE OF APPROACH - Roadside
DIFFICULTY - Very Easy
LOCATION - Finney Creek Road
TYPE - Fan
HEIGHT - 125'
WIDTH - 60'
|The first three times I drove up Finney Creek Road, this rock face had two tiny trickles of water coming down it. I didn't feel it was worth a picture at the time, but thought it might look alright if there was more water. When I went back up recently after three days of rain showers, I was shocked to find this mammoth display of water. Turns out that tiny trickle of water turns into the largest fan-type waterfall I've ever seen. It's about 125' tall and has to be 60' wide dropping literally right next to the road. The road is very narrow making photographing the falls pretty tough. You really can't get an idea of the size of this falls from the pictures, but it's big. Now if only it looked like this all the time. Because of the unbelievable difference between the falls from dry season to wet season, I called it Jeckyl & Hyde Falls.|
|DIRECTIONS - Follow
the directions to Big Fir Falls. Continue along Finney
Creek Road for a few more miles until you see the falls right next to the road. If
it's during the wet season your car will get a little bath. If it's dry, you'll just
see a few streams of water trickling down. Hope for wet!
NEARBY WATERFALLS - Big Fir Falls, Washington Falls
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