Babyshoe Falls facts for kids
|Location||Midway High Lakes Area, Skamania County, Washington, United States|
|Elevation||4,046 ft (1,233 m)|
|Total height||200 ft (61 m)|
|Height of longest drop||130 ft (40 m)|
|Average width||10 ft (3 m)|
|Number of drops||2|
|Average flow rate||5 cu ft/s (0.14 m3/s)|
|Watercourse||Unnamed (Part of the Lewis River Watershed)|
Babyshoe Falls drops 200 feet (61 m), with a main drop of 130 feet (40 m), in Babyshoe Pass. It is on an intermittent stream that drains a small marsh (0.25 square mile) on the south side of Babyshoe Pass, at an elevation of 4,046 feet (1,233 m). It is located in the Midway High Lakes Area northwest of Mount Adams, in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest of Washington state. The falls are seasonal, typically drying up in the summer, but starting to flow again after periods of prolonged rainfall or snow melt.
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