Youngs Creek crashes through potholes into a small gorge very similar to the gorge downstream of Youngs Creek Falls, just 1/2 mile downstream. The difference being, the falls are visible from the road this time. The falls are viewed from a concrete bridge spanning Young Creek, the road leading to Cedar Ponds Lake and it's surrounding houses. Best views are however from underneath the bridge (where your view will undoubtedly be graced with many exotic pink flag-tape flowers). Be careful on the slopes near the gorge though, they are crumbly and unstable - especially when wet.
- Marckworth Falls is the name of this waterfall.
Drive south of Monroe along Highway 203 just past the bridge over the Skykomish River, and turn left onto Ben Howard Road. Drive along this route for about 7 miles to the signed Cedar Ponds Road. Drive for about 1 mile to where the pavement ends, and in another .25 mile, the road forks. Stay right and continue for another 1.5 miles to the bridge across Youngs Creek above Youngs Creek Falls. In another 1/2 mile you'll come to the fork to Cedar Ponds Lake and the bridge immediately off the main road, falls are immediately below.