The journey detailing all of the unnamed waterfalls along Willow Creek has now been completed. It is located near the Grotto Falls area of the Little River drainage.
This is probably the tallest waterfall on this section and probably the whole creek. The water plunges off an immense and intimidating rock wall. This was one of the coolest spots I've been to that I didn't find a beer can laying around.
Let's set the timer and take a picture:
This is my dad, Duane Cannon, and I on one of these trips.
This one is the last waterfall on this section of the creek. It is probably about 40-50' high. It is also the prettiest, at least in a dainty sort of way. Terrible lighting for this picture. This was not an easy place to both get to or get out of. Above here, the creek zig-zags along until you get to the swamp that feeds it.
Here are a couple other memorable spots I came across up there:
This is a small drop just above the last waterfall. Very, very pretty spot.
This is a small ~10' waterfall on Willow Creek. It was a nice little find during a hike that wasn't a whole lot of fun at this point.