Dingford Creek Falls

RATING - 50.0

VR - 6.0 (Med) HR - 7.0 SR - 8/20



LOCATION - Middle Fork Snoqualmie

TYPE - Cascades

HEIGHT - 219'

WIDTH - 20'

DIRECTIONS - Leave I-90 at Exit 34 and drive north for about 1/2 a mile. Turn right onto Middle Fork Road. Follow the pothole filled road for 12 miles to a fork at the Taylor River Trail. Take the right fork and follow it for another 5 miles to the Dingford Creek Trailhead. This last section of road has a couple of washouts that are pretty tricky to navigate with a low clearance vehicle but it's possible. Park at the trailhead and walk a couple hundred feet up the gated road in front of you to the bridge and the falls.

Dingford Creek is a fairly large volume waterfall located in the Middle Fork drainage. The waterfall occurs just upstream from a concrete bridge. The lower section of the falls drops 87' in two main sections: a large plunging drop and the cascades and slides below. Scrambling up the hillside will reveal more of the waterfall. The upper section stands 132' in height, and there is likely more to the falls above there as well. This is an impressive waterfall, especially when the creek is running high. If you are in this area to hike the Middle Fork Trail or visit Goldmyer Hot Springs, there's no reason not to take the short walk down the road to view this waterfall.

132' tall upper section