RATING - 15.6
VR - .9 (Tiny) HR - 4.0 SR - 12/20
TYPE OF APPROACH - Roadside
DIFFICULTY - Very Easy
LOCATION - Lake Whatcom Area
TYPE - Tiered
HEIGHT - 70'
WIDTH - 10'
|Tyler Falls occurs on a very small stream around Lake Louise. While small, the falls are exceptionally scenic. They start with a 30' segmented plunge, immediately follow by a 10' horsetail. The middle section runs through a little slot before dropping over a perfectly shaped fan. Finally the creek dumps over a finally drop around 12' tall and then runs down under the road. Seeing the upper sections of the falls requires a little scrambling around but nothing too difficult. I've named this one after John Tyler, our 10th president.|
|DIRECTIONS - Take the Alger exit from I-5 between Burlington and Bellingham. Head east along Cain Lake Road through Alger and go straight at the intersection with Old Highway 99. After a few miles the road will intersect with Lake Whatcom Road. Turn left/straight. Tyler Falls are found about a mile north of here and can be seen through the trees on the left side of the road at a long corner. It's harder to spot the falls coming from the north.|
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