Big Spring Creek Falls facts for kids
|Location||Midway High Lakes Area, Skamania County, Washington, United States|
|Elevation||3,598 ft (1,097 m)|
|Total height||49 ft (15 m)|
|Height of longest drop||25 ft (8 m)|
|Average width||10 ft (3 m)|
|Number of drops||3|
|Average flow rate||40 cu ft/s (1.1 m3/s)|
|Watercourse||Big Spring Creek|
Big Spring Creek Falls is a three-tiered waterfall along Big Spring Creek, originating high on Mount Adams, with a total height of 49 ft (15 m). Its main drop is 25 ft (8 m) feet. It cascades down among a dark forest, surrounded by mosses and ferns. The falls are located within eyesight of Forest Route 23, and is a popular stop for travelers passing by, heading to the Midway High Lakes Area and Takhlakh Lake from Trout Lake or the Lewis River. The falls is managed by the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
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