Walupt Creek intersects the bedrock that forms the Cispus Canyon about 1/5th of a mile above Walupt Creek Falls and has worn it down in several places to create this small series of 3 broad veils that total 61 feet in height (24,8,29 feet respectively). The falls are easily seen from the herd paths that follow along the creek, but clear views of the whole waterfall will only be possible from within the creek itself.
- Upper Walupt Creek Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
This waterfall is located 1/5th of a mile upstream of Walupt creek Falls and is best encountered enroute to Walupt Creek Falls (see link below for details). There is no trail leading to the falls but the route is rather easy to follow. It does involve a modest amount of bushwhacking and a crossing of Walupt Creek is necessary. Good navigation skills are needed and a GPS is recommended. See the page for Walupt Creek Falls for driving directions to the trailhead.