Granite Creek cascades into the valley of the West Fork of the White River in the form of a large lacy waterfall. The falls drop around 350 feet and are partially visible from the Wonderland Trail on the west side of Winthrop Creek, but not from along the Wonderland Trail where it crosses Granite Creek. A small cascade of about 30 feet which occurs immediately next to the trail is commonly mistaken for the falls.
- Garda Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
- Known Alternate Names: Anna Falls
Garda Falls was named by pioneer photographer C.A. Barnes for Tacoma resident Garda Fogg. Though it is not known exactly when the name was first proposed the USBGN officially adopted the title in 1932. David H. White's 1928 Atlas of Pierce County labels this waterfall as Anna Falls, so it is likely that prior to Barnes' intervention that may have been the accepted title - the origin of which is not known.