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- Punchbowl Falls on Eagle Creek is a perfect example of this type of waterfall.
- Metlako Falls tumbles into Eagle Creek.
- Jeremiah shows a section of the trail that has been blasted out of the cliff and has a railing to hold on to.
- Another view looking down Eagle Creek to Metlako Falls.
- Jeremiah feeds the our campfire at Wy'East Camp.
- We had a nice big campground at Wy'East. We were the only campers there on Friday night.
- Here was one of the easy stream crossings. The lake outlet is the most difficult stream to cross.
- A picture of Eagle Creek and the trail.
- Here is a place where an ancient rockslide has provided an opening in the forest.
- Another example of where the trail was blasted out of the Basalt. The trail was built between 1916 and 1919.
- This is the bottom of Tunnel Falls. Another very nice punchbowl style waterfall.
- Here is the namesake tunnel that goes behind Tunnel Falls. I think it is an amazing feat to have surveyed and build this trail.
- Tunnel Falls is one of my favorite parts of this trail.
- Soon after walking past Tunnel Falls, the trail curves around and passes Twister Falls. The high stream flows of spring show off Twister Falls at its best.