@elyse.l has an impressive Instgram account with lots of fabulous shots around the Northwest, including this one of Lower Lewis River Falls. With the weather sizzling lately, there are few better ways to cool off than this.
The falls are located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest outside of Cougar, Washington. To get there, from Woodland, follow SR 503 and the Lewis River Road for about 48 miles to the community of Cougar. From Cougar, continue east on the Lewis River Road which will turn into Forest Road 90 after you enter the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. In about 18.5 miles you’ll come to the junction of Forest Road 25. Make a right and remain on FR90 for another 4.1 miles and you will pass the junction to the Curly Creek Road. Continue on FR90 for another 9.9 miles and you will come to the main campground for the Lower Lewis River Falls. Turn into the campground area and follow signs to the parking area for hikers.
If you want to see more fantastic Northwest waterfalls, check out America’s Hub World Tours and book the half-day Multnomah Falls and Gorge Waterfalls Tour!