Take the wide trail tread to an unmarked junction with the Lewis River Trail #31. The Lewis River can be heard down below in its canyon. Turn right, traveling along the bluff high above the river, and soon reach the viewing platform for Curly Creek Falls. Curly Creek plunges to the Lewis River in tiers, passing beneath two rock arches. Curly Creek may be dry in late summer and early fall.
Continue on the trail for a few hundred feet to a second viewing platform for Miller Creek Falls. It pours into a plunge pool above the level of the Lewis River, then cascades down to the river. Miller Creek Falls runs all year, but may only be a trickle in late summer and early fall.
Miller Creek Falls is the end of the official trail, although a boot path wanders off into the forest beyond the viewing platform. Return the way you came.
Accessibility: The parking area is flat, but gravel. One vault toilet is wheelchair accessible. The trail to the Curly Creek Falls and Miller Creek Falls viewing platforms is relatively flat with a dirt surface that may be scattered with tree branches and fir cones.
WTA Pro Tip: Visit in May or June when the falls are running at their fullest.