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- Trailhead picture for Falls Creek Falls 152A.
- Falls Creek cascades into this lovely still water at the junction of trails 152 and 152A.
- Falls Creek cascades into this lovely still water at the junction of trails 152 and 152A. It is easy to walk down to the stream.
- The trail soon crosses over this interesting suspension bridge over Falls Creek.
- Looking down from the suspension bridge provides a great view of Falls Creek.
- There are some great fall colors along the trail. Here the red of a dogwood tree brightens the trail.
- The first view of Falls Creek shows the upper 2/3 of the falls.
- Vine Maples show off their fall colors near the falls.
- Here is the lower 2 falls of Falls Creek. The creek makes a wonderful sound as it plunges into the pool below the falls.
- A closer view of the lower falls shows what a beautiful and accessible waterfall this is.
- There is a narrow way-trail that leads to the middle falls. This trail is not safe for dogs and is dangerous for people. You could be swept over the falls if you slipped.
- A closer view of Falls Creek Falls.
- Falls Creek is whitewater between the middle and lower segments of the falls.
- I saw this most interesting fungus near the waterfall. It doesn't look edible.
- Here is a view of Falls Creek as it plunges over the falls.