Ladder Creek Falls Trail is a hiking trail in Whatcom County, Washington. It is within Ross Lake National Recreation Area. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 529 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 55 feet. Near the trailhead there is parking.
Ladder Creek Falls Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"The showpiece for J. D. Ross himself, the man behind the Ross Dam that gives us Ross Lake (a favorite wilderness getaway for Washingtonians), Ladder Creek Falls still sports a multi-colored nighttime light display first installed in 1930 to demonstrate how amazing electricity could be. Crossing the suspension bridge is in and of itself a trial by fire. Some people don’t like the fact that their own (or others’) footsteps make the whole bridge react like a giant worm. But 300 feet later it’s all over and onward and upward. The trail stops by the Blue Pool, one of the fanciful gardens planted by J. D. Ross that now lies empty, and offers views down into a whirling dervish of a creek below, with giant boulders sending rushing whitewater down like so many pinballs."
--Roddy Scheer with Adam Sawyer, Hiking Waterfalls in Washington (Falcon Guides).
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