A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest 5th ed.
North Coast Range 
2 Beaver Creek
Waterfall Entries (refer to hardcopy book for descriptions and directions; page numbers are provided below)

Beaver Falls
Rating: ***
Form: block
Magnitude: 64
Access: trail (page 231)
USGS Map: Delena (1985)
Updated Navigation Map: Click Here
Edition: 1st

An honest-to-goodness trail now leads up the stream to the falls. Drive 3.7 miles (0.3 miles beyond the distance described in the guidebook) westward along Beaver Falls Road (which used to be called Delena Road) from its junction with U.S. 30. A modest-sized gravelled parking area will be to your left. You should see a signed trailhead at the near end of the turnout. Take the path a moderately easy 0.4 miles to its end at the waterfall.

Click Here for Upper Beaver Falls (u), USGS Delena (1985 ns).
Click Here for Odot Falls (u), USGS Cathlamet (1985 ns). NEW!
Click Here for Barrier Falls, USGS Cathlamet (1985 ns). NEW!
Output the CLICK HERE page to match your hardcopy book by changing your printer settings to 9" x 5 3/4".

Use the following Waterfalls for Intrepid Explorers hyperlink to access an index for information on exploring the following waterfall:
Clatskanie Falls (u), USGS Delena (1985 nl)

It is more unlikely that Carcus Creek Falls (u), USGS Baker Point (1979 nl), and Lava Creek Falls (u), USGS Baker Point (1979 nl) are accessible.

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