Peer into a deep canyon, which seems to dwarf this pretty, but seemingly insignificant waterfall. The falls can be accessed on either side of the canyon, though neither provides a close view. The viewpoints are reached by way of boot paths, beaten by people in search of the falls. There are no developed trails, but you will have no trouble finding a path that leads to good views. Shown is the view from the North Rim of the canyon. Though the view is unobstructed, it is a bit distant. Views from the south rim are closer to the falls, but there are some tree branches in the way, and the side view is less revealing.
- Little Goose Creek Falls is the Official name of this waterfall.
From Trout Lake, drive west on highway 141 for 1 1/2 miles, passing the Ranger Station, then turn north on FR 88, and drive 8.6 miles to the crossing of Little Goose Creek (not marked). Follow the road north until it curves away from the canyon and park. Find any of several paths that lead towards the gorge then make your way downstream slightly to the best views. The falls can be reached on the other side of the canyon by finding the trail just above the creek's crossing under the road, and following it downstream for about .1 mile. You can also access this fall by driving south of Langfield Falls for 4.4 miles.