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Dog Creek Falls

Central Gorge, Washington

Dog Creek Falls
Dog Creek Falls (photographer: Micheal Drewry)

Trail Features

  • WaterfallWaterfall

Trail Description Driving Directions

You've probably been by this waterfall many times before and never noticed it was there. Just east of the ever-popular Dog Mountain trail, you'll find a 25-ft cascading waterfall immediately off Hwy 14. Cool off with the mist of the falls and soak up the views. To read more about the "secret splendors of Dog Creek" refer to the Curious Gorge hiking resource guide, hike #43. + Read More

Trail Details

  • Type: Out and back
  • Distance: 0.2 miles round trip
  • Elevation Gain: feet
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Family Friendly Family Friendly: No
  • Restrooms Restrooms: No
  • Trailhead Pass Trailhead Pass: No

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Driving Directions

Dog Creek Falls Trailhead:  On WA Hwy 14, Dog Creek Falls is just east of Dog Mountain Trailhead. Look for the pull-off on the north side of the road near milepost #56. + Read More

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