The Brietenbush Cascades are a long series of falls at the head of Breitenbush Canyon near Mount Jefferson in the north-central Oregon Cascades. The falls, in all likelihood, are the tallest in the state of Oregon by a substantial margin. Andy Drummer scouted the uppermost bit of the falls in June of 2007 and found a substantial series of plunges and cascades. Aerial photography and topographic data seem to indicate the largest drop of the series to be towards the bottom of the canyon - accessing which appears to be extremely hazardous.
- Breitenbush Cascades is the name of this waterfall.
A sign tacked on a tree near where the road crosses the North Fork of the North Fork Breitenbush River points to "Charlies Falls", a name likely given by a local who visited often. The USGS has long had this feature, at least in part, labeled as the Breitenbush Cascades.