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- Jasmine checks out the trail junction for the Storey Burn Trail. Stay to the left at this junction on the University Falls Trail. This junction is about .3 mile from the trailhead.
- Jasmine gets a drink from the Devils Lake fork of the Wilson River.
- Log crossing ove the Devils Lake fork of the Wilson River.
- A few small streams cross over the University Falls Trail.
- Nearing University Falls, the trail looks down on Elliott Creek.
- The trunks of Red Alders create a fantastic pattern of black and white along the University Falls Trail.
- University Falls cascades about 55 feet down a basalt slope. The trail ends with a closeup view of the falls.
- A closer view of University Falls shows what a lovely cascade the falls are with the water spilling across the whole face of the falls in the winter.
- These old stumps are testament to how trees used to be logged. You can see the divots in the side of the tree which were cut by the lumberjacks for springboards. Springboards were what the lumberjacks stood on as they sawed through the trees by hand. It l
- An old stump rots and provides a haven for moss and Salal along the University Falls Trail.
- Seasonal ponds hold runoff water along the University Falls Trail. The ponds make nice reflections of the forest.
- Two streams come together just above the log crossing over the Devils Lake fork of the Wilson River. Looks like a great place to go wading in the summer.