Middle Anderson Creek Falls

RATING - 46.0

VR - 6.0 (Med) HR - 5.0 SR - 16/20


DIFFICULTY - Difficult

LOCATION - Baker Lake Road

TYPE - Plunge

HEIGHT - 108'

WIDTH - 10'

GPS - N48 40.356 W121 38.479


DIRECTIONS - Turn off Baker Lake Road onto FR 1106 which goes over the top of the dam. Follow the road up for a few miles until it crosses Anderson Creek (it should be the only creek with a bridge). About 800' past the creek is a small stream that runs under the road. Follow it down for about 800' (staying on the right side of the gully) to Anderson Creek. You will be right at the base of the falls. There are some steep sections along the way, but nothing life threatening.

Of the five known waterfalls on Anderson Creek, this is the only one that is remotely easy to view. The waterfall occurs a short distance below the road where the creek encounters a cool cliff and plunges 108'. The falls can range from an immense, spray-producing monster to a graceful and sublime beauty. There's a diagonally angled rock on the right side of the falls that adds a lot to the scene.

A sunny day and a lot of spray make for nice rainbows

Middle Anderson Creek Falls at normal volume