Name of Waterfall

Curtis Falls


An article published in the October 7, 1889 Seattle Post-Intelligencer indicates a Mr. Josiah Wiley and family made a journey into the Goat Rocks and discovered several of the waterfalls in the South Fork Tieton River basin, described as "a succession of falls from 25 to 500 feet in height". This suggests Wiley very likely encountered the waterfalls on Conrad Creek and may have been the first westerner to lay eyes on the features. There is no indication that any of the waterfalls were given names at the time.

Other Names


Average High Volume (Cubic ft per second)

100 cfs

Average Low Volume (Cubic ft per second)

0 cfs

Watershed or Feeder Stream

Naches River Conrad Creek