RATING - 10.0
VR - 1 (Tiny) HR - 2.0 SR - 8/20
TYPE OF APPROACH - Bushwhack
DIFFICULTY - Difficult
LOCATION - Mt. Baker Recreation Area
TYPE - Horsetail
HEIGHT - 35'
WIDTH - 5'
GPS - N48 42.888 W121 50.385
ELEVATION - 3989'
Pocket Lake is a small lake located between Park Butte and Survey Point. The small stream that exits the lake runs down a long series of boulders before dropping around 35' where the creek joins the tributary of Rocky Creek a few hundred feet downstream from Cravens Falls. I wouldn't go out of my way to visit this waterfall but if you're going to visit Cravens Falls you literally will walk right past this one.
|DIRECTIONS - Follow
the directions to reach Cravens Falls from below.
Pickpocket Falls is passed a few hundred feet before Cravens Falls comes into view on the
left side of the creek. If there is water coming down it can't be missed.
NEARBY WATERFALLS - Cravens Falls