Douglas Falls

Height: 70 feet
Trail Type: Dirt and rock
Hike Distance: 1.1 miles round trip
Difficulty: 5
Beauty: 9

Overview:

Douglas Falls is a magnificent 70-foot free fall down a massive rock face. The stream that feeds it is very small, so you’ll definitely want to see this in the spring after heavy rains for the full effect.

Directions:

Same as for Walker Falls. Continue on Dillingham Road until it ends at the small parking area.

Hike Description:

The trail begins at the end of the parking area and descends slightly all the way to the falls. There are several exposed rocks and roots that will not hesitate to leap out of the ground and twist your ankle into all sorts of uncomfortable. Additionally, if you go after a heavy rain, there are 4 or 5 places where the runoff crosses the trail and makes things interesting. However, if you take your time and carefully calculate your steps, you’ll be fine. The trail ends at the base of the falls, and there is a way for you to rock hop across the creek and get behind the falls.