|DIRECTIONS - Drive east on Hwy 20 to just past Concrete. Turn left onto Jackman Creek Road. Follow the road for around 4 1/2 miles until the concrete culvert over the first major creek. Park and follow the creek upstream for around 1/4 of a mile through the beautiful gorge. The creek turns to the left just at the bottom of the falls.|
|LOCATION - Jackman Creek Road
TYPE - Slide
HEIGHT - 40'
WIDTH - 5'
TYPE OF APPROACH - Bushwhack
DIFFICULTY - Fairly Difficult
|NEARBY WATERFALLS - Harrison Falls, Rusty Falls, Webber Falls||On the 4th of July, 2007, we decided to
head up towards Concrete and try to find Webber Falls.
We drove up the road until we found a major creek along the way. Assuming
this was Webber Creek, we gradually worked our way about 1/4 mile up it until we found
this really cool looking slide in the middle of a very dark, steep gorge. We thought
it was Webber Falls. A month later we went back up to check out another small creek
we had seen only to discover that it was the real Webber Creek. After finding the
real one we decided to call this one Pseudo, or fake, Falls. I'm going to try and
make my way back into this one during higher water as I'm betting it is much more
The creek below the falls is beautiful with many small drops like the one below (notice the weird rock to the left of the drop that looks like an Easter Island statue?).
Small drop downstream from Pseudo Falls
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