Bear Creek Falls facts for kids
|Location||Upstream of Bear Creek|
|Total height||25 ft (8 m)|
|Watercourse||North Fork Skykomish River|
Bear Creek Falls is the final of the two waterfalls on the North Fork Skykomish River. The falls are located within a short, narrow canyon.
The falls, at just 25 feet high, are quite insignificant, however are quite significant in terms of how much water is flowing over them. They drop about 8 meters in a series of cascades and punchbowls. Because the gorge is rather twisted, it is hard to see portions of the falls let alone photograph them.
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