Trailhead: Curly Creek Falls, WA

US Forest Service

Trailhead: Curly Creek Falls

Provides access to a falls viewing area. Set in an old growth forest, a dirt trail leads to the falls viewing platform directly across the North Fork Lewis River from the falls. The lower end of the ...[more]



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From Cougar, WA drive about 20 miles east on Forest Road 90 to its junction with Forest Road 9039. Turn left (north) onto this road and continue 0.75 mile. Cross the Lewis River and then turn into the parking area on the left, just beyond the bridge.

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