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Hiking & Walking: Colorado > San Juan National Forest > Pagosa Ranger District

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A Water Fall Without A Name





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General Description

This water fall not only is unnamed but the stream on which it is located remains unnamed. This falls is significant in that it has the largest vertical drop of any waterfall on the Pagosa District. A visit to this fall is a wilderness adventure. The falls is reached by hiking approximately 10.0 miles up the Williams Creek trail in the Weminuche Wilderness. When the Squaw Pass trail is reached, turn west for about 3.0 miles. We do not advise a one day trip but rather an overnight backpack.

A WORD OF CAUTION
The rocks and ground around the base of all of the falls is wet and slippery. Watch your footing when climbing or walking up to the foot of each waterfall.

Directions from Pagosa Springs, Colorado: The falls is reached by hiking approximately 10.0 miles up the Williams Creek trail in the Weminuche Wilderness.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend .



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Backpacking An overnight stay is recommended due to the distance.
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking An overnight stay is recommended due to the distance.
ICON Viewing Interpretive Signs A Water Fall Without A Name
Yes
ICON Viewing Scenery Largest vertical drop of any waterfall on the Pagosa District
Yes



Related Activities
Williams Creek Trailhead - Williams Creek Trailhead is near Cimarrona Campground and Williams Creek Reservoir. There are a number of wilderness trails for hikers to enjoy.



More Information

Visitor Information:

Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, 402 San Juan Street , Pagosa Springs, CO, 81147, Phone: 800-252-2204, Fax: 970-264-4625, chamber@pagosa-springs.com

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