Upper McCord Creek Falls
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Head out to John B. Yeon Scenic Corridor to one of the dramatic and secluded waterfalls in the area. A family- and dog-friendly 2.2-mile hike leads to Upper McCord Creek Falls, actually a double falls that cascade 64 feet over mossy basalt.