KINGCRKFALLS - Saechao Photography

Direction to King Creek Fall is easy.  Google Mt. Lassen.  Then get the map at the entrance.  


I think  it's 12 miles or less from the Christian Camp on Highway 44. 

Kings Creek Fall is part of Mt. Lassen Park.  It's before the Peak, Can't recall the mile marker on the road, likely #14?   Don't quote me. Though.  


Fee is $20, $10 with golden pass, $40 annual and you get Whiskeytown permit  also.

Camp Sites: Lots 

Trail: back and fort or could be loop if you choose to.  

Trail: Easy to moderate, there is a fair hill towards the water fall. 

Family Friendly: Yes very

Best time:  When they open lol... This park opens late due to snow. 

The shorter trail is closed.  The longer trail is only .3 miles longer, it seems longer, though.  It's fairly hard hike, you'll be surprise coming back.  thank god, it is a short hike.  Don't rush, enjoy the view to the South.   There ought to be lots of deers around, and be cautious, there may be bears too.  

Kings Creek Falls was not a planned hike, since I was scouting Mt. Lassen, figured I blog this one.  I did find peace and harmony at the water fall, down at the base, be careful it's slippery.   This fall reminds me of National Creek Fall up in Oregon.  It's a big massive,I think had it be calmer it'd be nicer.  

Likely not going to be a frequent water fall for me, though it's a decent waterfall.  I'd explore elsewhere, there are lots to see within Mt. Lassen.   

There are lots to do here.   Helen Lake is decent.  Bumpass Hell is something I wouldn't know, I contemplated twice but didn't go, lol.  


Lots of lakes within Mt. Lassen, the peace is nice.  I do recommend it.  


Definitely i will make this hike.  thank you, Sam.  

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