Frazier Falls is a spectacular feather-shaped waterfall, created from a small, tame creek dropping off a huge cliff through a narrow channel. We recommend seeing the waterfall early in the year, before mid-June. It is much more impressive during snow melt. The trail to the falls is paved the whole way, and is wheelchair-accessible, though it is rated "difficult" for wheelchairs because of some steeper sections. It leads to an overlook of the waterfall from across the canyon. You can get a slightly closer look by scrambling (carefully) down the rocks from the top of the waterfall at the bridge over the creek.
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||Location: Graeagle, Lakes Basin Recreation Area, Plumas National Forest, Plumas County
Stream: Frazier Creek
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