This very scenic (and photogenic) falls on a steep gradient river at this point in the river drops 75 feet in two tiers of approximately 25 and 50 feet in a gorge below a high concrete bridge.
NOTE: As of 7/09 there is limited access to these falls because of rocks in the road. It has been reported that four-wheel-drive, high clearance vehicles may be able to pass. It’s estimated about 2.5 miles further to the falls from the rocks.
At the end of Hamma Hamma Road (FR 25) immediately before the trailhead for Mildred Lakes in the Skokmish Wilderness Area.
On US Highway 101 south from Brinnon (or north from Hoodsport) turn west on Hamma Hamma Road (Forest Road 25) for 6.4 miles. At a “T” junction past Hamma Hamma Campground and the Cabin Creek road, turn right following signs for Lena Creek. Continue approximately seven miles on FR 25 to the bridge over the Hamma Hamma River before it ends at the Mildred Lakes trailhead.
The falls is downstream and nearly under a high bridge that crosses the gorge. Photos of the falls capturing both tiers, without the bridge, are difficult without backtracking down the road a few hundred feet and hopping the guardrail, then very carefully walking down over the bank to a precarious spot on the slope.