Sulphur Creek drains small parts of the Squak and Easton Glaciers on Mount Baker, and has been a bit of a headache stream during the major floods of the last decade or so. Bridges over both the Baker Lake Road and the Baker Dam road have been damaged by the stream. Just downstream of the Baker Dam road the creek plunges over this small but very scenic little 24 foot waterfall. In illustration to the power the creek has displayed in the past, just below the falls is a massive rocky bar deposited by the flood waters. The partially incised basaltic cliff over which the falls plunge rings the amphitheater for several hundred feet, giving the spot a very isolated feel despite being just yards from the road. During the wet season one may see several seeps flowing from cracks in the cliff adjacent to the falls.
- Lower Sulphur Creek Falls is the Unnamed name of this waterfall.
Located near the Kulshan Guard Station along the Baker Lake Road near Concrete. As of 2012 a new bridge has been installed over Sulphur Creek along the Baker Lake Road, and as a part of the reconstruction the Baker Dam Road has been moved away from the falls, so it isn't quite as easy to locate any longer. Find the old Baker Dam Road (now blocked with several logs) a mile and a half north of the junction with FSR 12 (which leads to Schriebers Meadow), or about 500 feet south of the new bridge over Sulphur Creek. In order to reach the base of the falls, it is now necessary to ford Sulphur Creek along the old roadbed, then locate the old path leading down to the falls. There is only one spot to descend to the base of the falls, which involves a short but precarious climb over an undercut sandstone and tree-root ledge. It wouldn't be a surprise if this cliff eventually caves in.