Nooksack Falls

Nooksack Falls in Summer Season - Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington, USA | SAMTSAI.COM

August 1, 2011: Standing on a cliff opposite to Nooksack Falls in a summer month.


One of the popular waterfalls in Mt. Baker region, Nooksack Falls is a waterfall along the North Fork of the Nooksack River in Whatcom County, Washington. The water flows through a narrow valley and drops freely 88 feet into a deep rocky river canyon.

Drive east on Mt. Baker Highway. In about 40 miles from Bellingham or 9 miles from town Glacier, turn right onto National Forest Development Road 33 (watch for the sign “Wells Creek Road, Nooksack Falls”). Drive about 2/3 of a mile down the road and park at the big turnout just before the bridge. Check the map below for direction.

Amazing Nooksack Falls Creek Hiking Trail under Summer Sun - Mt Baker Highway, Washington, USA | SAM TSAI . COM

August 1, 2011: Amazing little creek running through Nooksack Falls forest.



How to get to the above forest view with amazing little creek?
Before you reach Nooksack Falls, you will see this little creek about 20 meters away from the waterfall parking lot!!! The above photo was taken in late afternoon in summer time. The lighting was perfect during that time. :D

Giant Mossy Rock at Nooksack Falls Park - Mt Baker Highway, Washington, USA | SAMTSAI.COM

August 1, 2011: After crossing the bridge over Nooksack Falls, you will immediately see this huge boulder lying in the forest. :-)

Map

Exact location of the trail head (parking lot) to Nooksack Falls is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).


EXTERNAL LINK

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