This unofficially named waterfall occurs along an unnamed stream directly south of Pinto Rock to the east of Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The falls first slide down an incline then plunge over a deeply undercut ledge of basalt into a lush little grotto, after which the stream cascades down a narrow gully choked with logs. The falls are located a few hundred feet from a major National Forest road but due to the thick forest and less-than-obvious presence of the falls few people seem to visit.
- Pinto Rock Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
From the town of Randle, follow FSR #25 south towards Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument (Windy Ridge) for 21 1/2 miles and turn left onto FSR #28 (signed for Mosquito Meadows). Follow Road 28 for 5.3 miles to the second stream crossed (the first stream features a small waterfall adjacent to the road, the second stream does not) and park. The falls are about 300 feet upstream from the road, the easiest way to get to its base being to climb into the forest on the right side of the creek and traverse upstream staying above the creek. If you don't mind getting your feet wet, scrambling up the creek would be another option (but expect to have to climb over numerous logs).