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Location: Kettle Falls, Colville National Forest, Ferry County
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Height: ~30 ft.
Access:   car   dog  
Distance: n/a
Elevation: 3000 ft.
Season: Apr-Jul
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Lat/Long:48.60308, -118.35967
Directions:In Kettle Falls, from Hwy 395 jct, drive west on Hwy 20 for 13.8 miles to an unsigned pullout along the road (or 9.1 miles east of Sherman Pass).

Lower Sherman Creek Falls is a beautiful, hidden, 30 ft. waterfall dropping along Sherman Creek, along the highway to Sherman Pass.

You cannot easily see the waterfall from the road, and the turnout is unmarked. After you park, you should be able to find a "trail" leading down the cliff to the base of the waterfall. It is not easy to get an unobstructed view of the falls even at the bottom, and I managed to put my foot right in the creek trying to set up my camera for a picture. But Lower Sherman Creek Falls is certainly a delightful little waterfall, and worth taking the time to see up close.

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Other waterfalls nearby:

Upper Sherman Creek Falls 3.49 miles
Upper Meyers Falls 15.87 miles

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