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Location: Kettle Falls, Colville National Forest, Ferry County
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Height: ~15 ft.
Access:   car   dog  
Distance: n/a
Elevation: 3750 ft.
Season: Apr-Jul
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Lat/Long:48.62449, -118.41915
Directions:In Kettle Falls, from Hwy 395 jct, drive west on Hwy 20 for 17.1 miles to Upper Sherman Creek Falls (or 5.8 miles east of Sherman Pass). Park at the pullout along the road.

Upper Sherman Creek Falls is a small 15 ft. waterfall found along the roadside on the highway to Sherman Pass. It is nothing much, and not worth going out of your way to go see, but if you are driving this road anyway, you may wish to stop for a minute to see it.

You can easily see Upper Sherman Creek Falls if you are driving north/west towards Sherman Pass, but you may easily miss it if you are driving in the opposite direction. Pay attention to the above directions. There is a pullout just prior to the falls (if driving south/east). From there, walk down the highway to the waterfall. It is easy to scramble down to the base of the falls if you wish.

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Other waterfalls nearby:

Lower Sherman Creek Falls 3.49 miles
Upper Meyers Falls 19.13 miles

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