Mill Creek Falls Topo Map

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Seventy-five-foot Mill Creek Falls is the tallest waterfall within Lassen Volcanic, but it actually consists of three separate falls: East Sulphur Creek and Bumpass Creek tumble 25 to 30 feet into a swirling pool before their combined waters plunge another 50 feet to the base of Mill Creek Falls. When viewed during the height of snowmelt, usually mid-June to early-July, the falls put on a dramatic display of watery grandeur. Photographers will find the best light at midday. Most hikers starting from the Southwest Walk-In Campground go no farther than the falls, even though the trail continues another 3.5 miles to Kings Creek Picnic Area. If you do plan to hike from the campground to the picnic area—especially in early season when the creek is full of snowmelt—be wary of a potentially difficult crossing of East Sulphur Creek just beyond the falls overlook.
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Mineral, California

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