Boulder Creek Falls Trail Professional Review and Guide
"By late winter and early spring, the falls are at their most frothy white, and be prepared to get a little wet on the three stream crossings on the way to the falls. But in summer, when the temperatures are hovering around 100 degrees, cool, inviting Boulder Creek is a hiker’s delight, with many pools that teem with tiny rainbow trout and native sculpin, a small bottom-dwelling fish. If you’ve never had a backcountry experience with your pet, here’s the place to change that, all while being little more than 10 miles from the heart of Redding. Along the way to the falls are two seldom-used backcountry campsites, shaded in oak and pine forest, within the harmonious sounds of the creek rushing over granite boulders."