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Kings Creek Falls
Kings Creek Falls is a great place for a photo opportunity as it is visually diverse with a fountain type look. All of its 46 feet cascade in different directions due to the protruding rocks behind. This waterfall is most visually stimulating during summer months when volume is less, allowing for a terraced appearance. This waterfall is moderately accessible. More Information

Lassen Volcanic National Park , CA
(530) 595-4480
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Kinner Falls
Kinner Falls is a narrow waterfall of 139 feet, twisting around rocks on it's way down the canyon wall. It flows directly into Pit River with sprinkles of greener vegitation along either side. This waterfall is easily accessible. More Information

Big Bend, CA
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Less than an hour's drive from Redding sits beautiful Lassen Volcanic National Park. The park boasts incredible mountain scenery reminiscent of Yosemite as well as fascinating thermal wonders similar to Yellowstone with just a small fraction of the visitors. Lassen offers three of the four different types of geothermal features, including steam vents, mud pots, and hot springs; all four types of volcanoes (shield, plug dome, cinder cone, and composite); and all types of naturally occurring lakes! Near Lassen Peak,… More Information
Hwy 36E
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Lion Wash Falls
Lion Wash Falls is 14 feet of water falling in all directions, creating a very interesting look. The wide and shallow river drops off a cliff with a few different levels before coming to a large pool at the base. The waterfall is not visible from the easily accessible trail so keep your ears open to lead the way. More Information

Montgomery Creek , CA
Little Hawaii Falls
Little Hawaii Falls is named for it's lush vegetation, including vines, ferns, and moss everywhere! The trickling waterfall is not terribly impressive but altogether this is an interesting place to explore. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail. More Information

Manton, CA
Lost Creek Falls
Lost Creek Falls is a powerful waterfall with one deep drop followed by several shallow drops with a large pool at the base. Surrounded by native plantlife, it makes a great photo opportunity. This waterfall is easily accessible. More Information

Hat Creek, CA
Lower Battle Creek Falls
Lower Battle Creek Falls is a sight to see, with a beautiful rugged terrain surrounding. The waterfall shoots off a cliff and into the pool below where the river spreads and shallows, making it easy to walk across for a photo opportunity. A mossy cliff surrounds the water, creating an interesting atmosphere. This waterfall is moderately accessible. More Information

Mineral, CA
Lower Canyon Creek Falls
Great for a picnic, this waterfall is twice as wide as it is tall and explodes at contact with a boulder pile and into a pool at its base, then it flows to rapids past the pool. Lower Canyon Creek Falls is moderately accessible. More Information

Junction City , CA
Lower McCloud River Falls
This is the lowest of three levels of the McCloud River Falls, at a 12 foot broad plunge into a large pool. Surrounding the pool are large rocks perfect for sun bathing, making this location popular for swimming and relaxing. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail and road and two other waterfalls are an easy hike further up the trail. More Information

McCloud, CA
McArthur-Burney Falls State Memorial Park
The centerpiece of this popular state park is 129-foot Burney Falls, which is not the highest or largest waterfall in the state, but possibly the most beautiful. The waterfall, which is fed by underground springs and flows at 100 million gallons every day, can be enjoyed from the top at the lookout point. But for a more refreshing experience, take the trail to the pool at the base of the falls and along the stream. You can even walk along… More Information
Hwy 89
Burney, CA 96013
(530) 335-2777
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Middle Canyon Creek Falls
Through the Canyon Creek meadow and forested area you will find Middle Canyon Creek Falls. This waterfall is great for white water enjoyment and is moderately accessible. More Information

Junction City , CA
Middle McCloud River Falls
This is the middle of three levels of the McCloud River Falls and is the largest and most impressive with a 44 foot drop providing a magnificent view. This waterfall is one of the widest in California at 120 feet, creating a veil of white water during spring and reducing to become two separate but uniform cascades in later seasons. You may enjoy rock jumping and swimming here. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail and road. More Information

McCloud , CA
Mill Creek Falls
Mill Creek is one of Lassen's many waterfalls. The trail to the falls rises and falls through the red fir forest to an overlook of the falls. Continue across the creek to reach the top of the falls. Trailhead behind the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Amphitheater. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Phantom Falls
Phantom Falls is the most intriguing of many similar waterfalls on Table Mountain. This waterfall cascades off a cliff and into the canyon deep below where trees in the canyon hide the base. The cliff face gradually falls inward to a cave/ abandoned mine shaft as it reaches the canyon floor. The best way to view the waterfall is from the cliff edge and makes for an amazing sight. This waterfall is moderately accessible with GPS and coordinates. More Information

Oroville, CA
Potem Falls
Potem Falls runs into Shasta Lake and is accessible by trail or by boat up the Pit River Arm of Shasta Lake. This waterfall lies in a deep canyon and reaches 45 feet from its base. Enjoy swimming in the pool at the base during the summer months, and don't forget to check out the rope swing! More Information

Montgomery Creek, CA

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Rock Creek Falls
This waterfall can be found on an unmarked trail that hugs Rock Creek, follow the trail to find a Cascade waterfall. This waterfall is easily accessible. More Information

Oroville, CA
Shackleford Falls
Shackleford Falls is a very easy going waterfall that travels down a sloping hill with pools throughout. The trail crosses three parts of the creek, so plan to get wet or go before the rainy season. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail. More Information

Fort Jones, CA
Sweetbriar Falls
This waterfall displays a beautiful array of white water cascading over boulders and is visible from the bridge by the railroad tracks on the Sweetbrier exit off Interstate 5. More Information

Sweetbriar, CA
The Cascades
This waterfall is one of two on this creek and is four times the size of the Kings Creek Falls . The Cascades begins at a meadow and falls down several small ledges to a drop of 53 feet. It then picks up speed to slide down a steep hillside of 109 feet. Finally The Cascades drops 36 feet to it's base. This waterfall is easily accessible. More Information

Klamath National Forest , CA
Upper Canyon Creek Falls
This small waterfall begins the series of three on Canyon Creek and leads you downstream to Lower Canyon Creek Falls. This waterfall is moderately accessible. More Information

Junction City , CA
Upper McCloud River Falls
While not as scenic as the middle waterfall, this upper waterfall exceeds in height. The swift river escapes a narrow gorge to crash down small steps to a beautiful pool at its base, where an aquamarine pool will catch your attention. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail. More Information

McCloud , CA
Whiskeytown Falls
This magnificent waterfall is the tallest in Whiskeytown National Park at a towering 220 feet. It was re-discovered in 2004 after being kept secret since 1967. This usually misty trail offers a change in climate which invites unique plants and animals. This trail connects to the Mill Creek Trail. This waterfall is moderately accessible by trail. More Information

Redding, CA

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Whiskeytown National Recreation Area

Located 8 miles west of Redding, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is located at the juncture of the Klamath Mountain range and the northern edge of the Sacramento Valley, making it home to a special collection of plant and animal life. Some of the park's features are Whiskeytown Lake, Shasta Bally (6,209 ft.) mountain, and numerous waterfalls, providing outdoor enthusiasts opportunities for water recreation, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Situated on the south shore of the lake is a… More Information

14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
(530) 246-1225
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Whitney Falls
Being one of the more difficult waterfalls to view in the Mount Shasta area, it is still one of the mose popular. This waterfall's 200 feet plus cascade has carved a unique narrow v shape into the exposed lava formation and unlike most waterfalls is most active during the hottest summer months thanks to the Whitney glacier that feeds it's stream. From the crossing of Highway 97 and Whitney Creek you can check to see if the creek is flowing… More Information

Weed, CA

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