Kautz Creek Falls


Kautz Creek Falls is a waterfall on Kautz Creek in the Mount Rainier National Park in the state of Washington. It was formed when the Kautz Glacier retreated in the last 50 years, creating a series of long and slender cascades totaling about 400 feet (120 m) in height down a tall glacial cliff, with a highest drop of 150 feet (46 m). The falls consist of two parts, each with two distinct tiers. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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  1. South Mowich Glacier
  2. South Tahoma Glacier
  3. Success Glacier
  4. Tahoma Glacier
  5. Kautz Glacier
  6. North Mowich Glacier
  7. Williwakas Glacier
  8. Wilson Glacier (Mount Rainier)

Geographical features

  1. Paradise River
  2. Kautz Creek Falls

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Longmire (Washington)
  2. Paradise (Washington)

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