A couple weeks ago we decided to head across the mountains to Leavenworth, Washington in search of wildflowers. We found the Ingalls Creek Trail, which had lots of them. We spent a warm day hiking along the river, which was raging more than I generally think of for a creek.

Driving home on Sunday, we stopped off at a couple waterfalls. Just like Ingalls Creek, the rivers were overflowing with water. At the first stop, Deception Falls, several of the trails were under water and impassable. There were lots more flowers and other strange plants, as well as the waterfalls.
Our last stop was Wallace Falls, which unlike Deception Falls, which is a relatively flat half mile trail, is a somewhat steep 2.5 mile trail past three different section of waterfalls, cleverly called the Lower, Middle and Upper Falls. They are shown below, in order from left to right.

As always, thanks for looking.


Posted 06/11/2009

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