A small unnamed creek slides down several smooth ledges before spraying down a mossy rock face to the road below. Though the stream is small, the falls are rather sizable and very pretty when enough water is present in the creek. The falls are close enough to the road that you can walk up to the bottom and wet your head (again, if there's enough water). It is a little difficult to accurately estimate the height of the falls, but the upper portions of the falls are partially visible from the opposite side of the road. I visited the falls in May of 2001 and was greeted by good flow and a totally clean view of the falls. Returning in 2007, a grove of Red Alder saplings had sprouted up to a height of at least 30-40 feet in front of the falls, completely destroying any semblance of clear views from the road. Hopefully a winter storm will dump a large amount of rain down the drainage again and clear all those trees out some time soon.
- Washout Falls is the name of this waterfall.
Drive south from Randle along FR 23. About 10 miles from Randle, turn right on FR 28, also signed for the Cispus Learning Center. After crossing Yellowjacket Creek, about 1 mile further, keep straight along FR 28, as the pavement bends right. Follow the now gravel Road 28 for about 5 miles, passing Galena Falls at the 3.5 mile mark, to the roadside falls. If you pass a sign marking the Lewis / Skamania County line, you've gone too far.