Seahpo Peak Falls is the largest and most significant of several narrow braided waterfalls that stream off the east arm of Mount Shuksan. These waterfalls were first noticed on my second unsuccessful attempt to reach Sulphide Creek Falls and though all the other falls in the area proved pale in comparison to Sulphide itself, Seapho Peak Falls is substantial enough to warrant attention. The falls stream down from its namesake peak for about 2200 feet in several narrow tiers, the tallest being around 500 feet. Though the falls flow well during the summer and aren't thought seasonal in the traditional sense, unless the temperature is high or the winter snowpack is melting, this waterfall doesn't flow with a lot of force and as long as the temperature is moderately cool, chances are this one won't flow much at all. Colossal height aside, this is just a consolation prize.
- Seahpo Peak Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall.
Seahpo Peak Falls is located east of the summit of Mount Shuksan in North Cascades National Park. The falls can be seen in two general areas, both are difficult to reach. The first is from the basin of Sulphide Creek, about a mile and a half up Sulphide Creek from the end of the Baker River trail. Better views can be had from the ridge dividing Sulphide Creek and Shuksan Lake, however, and the falls can be seen in tandem with Sulphide Creek Falls from most positions there.