The bottom tier of Lancaster Falls is a lovely little waterfall about 20 ft. high, found about 0.9 miles along the side of Mt. Defiance Trail #413. Lancaster Falls is actually quite a bit higher than this however, the upper tiers of Wonder Creek cascade about 450 ft. high in total. But access to the upper sections of this waterfall are very difficult. Your best bet is probably just to enjoy the trail side view.
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||Location: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Starvation Creek State Park, Hood River County
Stream: Wonder Creek
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