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Beaver Creek Falls Lower Falls

Beaver Creek Falls is on Beaver Creek, which is a tributary of the Sol Duc River. Beaver Creek is north of the unincorporated town of Sappho, about 12 miles east of Forks. While heading east out of Forks, towards Port Angeles on Highway 101, turn north or left on Washington SR 113 at Sappho, after about two miles, you will cross Beaver Creek, stop immediately and the falls will be on your right.

Two sets of falls cascade here, the upper and lower falls. While the drop on the upper falls is only several feet, they are beautiful and the lower falls cascade about twenty feel across the width of the creek. Watch your footing if you hike the short distance down the steep creek bank to get a view or photos. Gorgeous!

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I've been publishing 'The View From Right Here' in one form or another since 2007. I hope you find images you enjoy from my travels around Seattle, Puget Sound and the greater Pacific Northwest, giving you a glimpse of the beautiful region of the United States of America, where I have always lived.
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