The final waterfall encountered along the Cascade Pass road occurs where Soldier Boy Creek fans out in a very attractive, classic display of a Veil form waterfall just feet from the road. Though the falls appear to be relatively small, it is very likely, in lieu of all the other large waterfalls in the North Fork Cascade River basin, that Soldier Boy Falls extends well above the road. I have heard from several people that there are waterfalls visible from short spurs off of the Cascade Pass trail and the only creek which could harbor such falls is Soldier Boy Creek. Further exploring will be done. During the winter of 2001-02, there were some massive avalanches in the Cascade Basin, one of which came down Soldier Boy Creek and ripped out massive amounts of vegetation above and below the falls. After the floods of October 2003, and the winter of 2004, the drainage suffered even more avalanche-induced deforestation, but as of 2008 most of the debris had been either removed forcefully or washed downstream such that the falls are becoming quite scenic again.
- Soldier Boy Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
Driving east along US 20, enter the town of Marblemount. At a bend in the highway (in the middle of town), keep straight across the bridge spanning the Skagit River, when Highway 20 makes a sharp left. This is the Cascade River Road, which ends in 23 miles, at the Cascade Pass trailhead. Proceed for about 22 1/2 miles from US 20, about 4 3/4 miles from the boundary of North Cascades National Park, to the roadside waterfall, which is probably hardest waterfall to miss in the area.