The trail to Constance Lake in Olympic National Park climbs 3000 feet in 2 miles to reach the lake. The trail follows Constance Creek the entire climb, so one dan very easily speculate that there is a waterfall or four along said creek. Constance Falls is the fall at the very top, where the creek exits the lake and plunges over a sheer drop, possibly as much as 200 feet tall. Currently, access to the Constance Lake Trail is inhibited due to the closure of the Dosewallips Road.
- Constance Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.