Posted in Blogroll - by snapdragon, on 16/07/2012
Fall in the Wall is a tributary to the South Fork of the Snoqualmie river.
Coming right off the pass, the water is cold and the creek has a very short window. I was able to meet up with some friends early Saturday morning and got a solid 5 or 6 laps in.
This run is not worth the drive if you live in Seattle proper, but it is the perfect stop if you are on your way over to Wenatchee or Leavenworth. Or, this season, the cooper! The run very short, probably less than a half mile and its got an unrunable waterfall at the end of the run. It’s also a very stacked run, so while it carries a class IV rating in difficulty, this creek could cause some serious problems for someone who is not confident on slides and working out of holes and dish out some class V thrashings.
Film by Connor Dixon