Park Valley Falls

RATING - 22.0

VR - 1.8 (Sm) HR - 10.0 SR - 4/20


DIFFICULTY - Very Difficult

LOCATION - Baker Lake Road

TYPE - Tiered

HEIGHT - 800'

WIDTH - 10'

DIRECTIONS - No directions provided. Dangerous access.

Park Valley Falls is a very tall, multi-tiered waterfall that drops off of Lava Divide into the Park Creek Valley. The entire waterfall appears to drop around 800' in height. This height includes a sheer plunge near the bottom that may stand 200' tall by itself. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be any easy way to view the falls. We were able to get a clear view of the uppermost tier, a beautiful 62' tall fan-shaped drop, but the hill below there was extremely steep and dangerous looking. It MAY be possible to see the falls across the valley from atop Boulder Ridge, but I can't say for sure. The only way to get close to the bigger drops at the bottom is to bushwhack up Park Creek from FR 1130. This would be an extremely difficult ordeal.