the day use area is here, and can also serve as a spot to change with some privacy.) There's a fairly wide strip of Douglas firs between the road and the creek upstream from the day use area; they gradually thin as the road and creek converge just upstream from the falls. Where the road and the creek are closest, the firs end and there's a patch of alders along the bank. You'll see a number of pull-outs along the creek side of the road, into the firs, and the last one or two before the alders offer the easiest access to this spot. I'll let the importance and nature of this rock simmer until tomorrow, but if the anticipation is too much, you can go read Dana's spoiler.
Photo unaltered. August 5, 2012. FlashEarth Location.
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