Little Webber Falls

RATING - 24.0

VR - 2.0 (Sm) HR - 5.0 SR - 14/20


DIFFICULTY - Fairly Easy

LOCATION - Jackman Creek Road

TYPE - Tiered

HEIGHT - 100'

WIDTH - 10'

GPS - N48 33.047 W121 38.032


DIRECTIONS - Take HWY 20 to Concrete and stay on it for another mile or so. Eventually you'll see Jackman Creek Road heading off to the left (be ready - it's easy to miss). Stay on this road for around 6 miles. The second major creek you cross is Little Webber Creek. The falls are around about 100' off the road and can be seen through the trees.

Little Webber Falls is the highlight of the easily viewed falls along Jackman Creek Road. It drops 100' in a unique series in which each drop represents a different kind of falls. The top tier is a 63' plunge, the next is a 25' tall fan, and the last 12'are a series of sliding cascades. Add them all together and it makes for a very cool waterfall. It's also pretty easy to get to if you don't mind getting your feet wet and smashing through a few stickers. The falls retain a pretty consistent water level year round. If you got kids who are a little adventurous, this is a great falls to take them to.

I used to refer to this as Webber Falls, but have recently realized that this is not the actual Webber Creek so I changed the name. Be sure to check out Webber Falls to see how impressive that one is.