Dingford Creek Falls is the only waterfall along the Middle Fork road which can be seen from the road. The falls consist of a series of large slides and pothole cascades over a length of about 1/2 mile of the creek, during which it drops well over 300 feet, however, I cannot confirm at this time that all of that gradient is waterfall. From the road, one can see about 100 feet of falls, including the final 20 foot cascade in front of the bridge. This picture was taken at the beginning of August, 2003 during an extremely dry stretch of summer. Because the lakes feeding Dingford Creek are small, the creek had shrunk in size very significantly. During the melt season in may and June, Dingford Creek Falls becomes so powerful that the bridge shakes.
- Dingford Creek Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
The falls are located in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie drainage, near Goldmyer Hot Springs. From North Bend, follow Interstate 90 east to Exit 34 (Edgewick Road), and turn left. Proceed for about 1/4 mile to Middle Fork Road and turn right. Proceed just over 12 miles to the Taylor River bridge. Shortly after, the Middle Fork road proper makes a hard right, while the main road goes on straight. Take this right, and proceed another 5 3/4 miles to the end of the road at the Dingford Creek Trailhead. The road continues, but is gated at this point. Walk down the road for another 300 feet to the bridge over Dingford Creek overlooking the falls.