This hike through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest leads to a 220-foot, three tiered waterfall.
The trail to Falls Creek Falls is well maintained with a few short moderately steep areas. The trail hugs the creek for the first mile, and takes you through old growth trees for the second mile. Once the falls are in sight, make sure to stop and look up to see the top tier through the trees. It’s not visible otherwise. The trail ends with with an impressive view of the middle and lower tier.