This 11 foot tall often ignored and rather unimpressive waterfall occurs just above Little Goose Creek Falls. Unless you're a waterfall nut, just leave this one alone. The falls are visible from the trail along the south side of Little Goose Creek Canyon, and from the creekside at the falls' base, which is accessed by climbing down a rude path from the gorge rim then wading through the brush lining the pool below the falls. The falls take on a Punchbowl form during low water periods.
- Upper Little Goose Creek Falls is the Adopted name of this waterfall.
From Trout Lake, drive west on highway 141 for 1.5 miles, passing the Ranger Station, then turn north on Road 88, and drive 8.6 miles to the crossing of Little Goose Creek (not marked). Park and find the trail on the south side of the creek, and walk downstream for about 200 feet to where the falls are visible through the trees. The path that leads to it's base is about 25 feet further.