Chambers Creek Falls is an exceptionally scenic 63 foot veil, dropping into an equally exceptional swimming hole at the head of a modest gorge hidden away in the middle of pretty much nothing at all. After visiting the site, I'm a little bit surprised the falls are even marked on the maps because its not obvious at all that it even exists until you're standing at the rim of the canyon and it can't be seen from anywhere except its base. I'm assuming the falls were discovered by loggers in the area, as there is evidence of an old logging road running near the top of the falls. I hunted this one down the same day I did Walupt Creek Falls, and while I was left alone at Walupt, I was practically gang raped by mosquitoes at the base of Chambers Creek Falls. In the 15 minutes it took me to walk from my car, scramble down to the falls, take 4 pictures, measure the falls and scramble back up, I sustained 56 bites between my bicep and mid-forearm on both arms combined. Made me regret not looking for my misplaced bug spray earlier in the day. Don't make the same mistake I did.
- Chambers Creek Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
Chambers Creek Falls is found 2/3 of a mile upstream of FR 2160 near Walupt Lake. At the junction of FR 21 and FR 2160 (where the pavement ends on FR 21), follow FR 2160 for 1/3 mile towards Walupt Lake, then turn left onto FR 2152. Folow 2152 for 4/5 of a mile to a large pullout on the right with a sweeping view over the valley. Park and follow an overgrown road across the street for about 200 feet, then head right into the woods (no trail) across a grassy glade until you reach the edge of the gorge. Descending to the falls is steep and crumbly, so use caution. Total distance from the parking should be less than 1/4 mile. Take a GPS, its easy to get lost looking for this one.