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Hike the other Mill Creek Falls: the one near Mount Lassen

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There is a Mill Creek Falls near Prospect in Jackson County, and there is a Mill Creek Falls in the Mount Lassen area of Northern California. More remote, yet reached on a 3.2-mile round-trip hike, the Lassen-area waterfall is a refreshing escape from summer's heat. Here hiker Terry Poland of Talent gets a panoramic view along the trail. - Steve Dieffenbacher
There is a Mill Creek Falls near Prospect in Jackson County, and there is a Mill Creek Falls in the Mount Lassen area of Northern California. More remote, yet reached on a 3.2-mile round-trip hike, the Lassen-area waterfall is a refreshing escape from summer's heat. - Steve Dieffenbacher
There is a Mill Creek Falls near Prospect in Jackson County, and there is a Mill Creek Falls in the Mount Lassen area of Northern California. More remote, yet reached on a 3.2-mile round-trip hike, the Lassen-area waterfall is a refreshing escape from summer's heat. Here, a large Western white pine dominates a turn on the trail. - Steve Dieffenbacher
There is a Mill Creek Falls near Prospect in Jackson County, and there is a Mill Creek Falls in the Mount Lassen area of Northern California. More remote, yet reached on a 3.2-mile round-trip hike, the Lassen-area waterfall is a refreshing escape from summer's heat. Here some goose foot violets bloom alongside the path. - Steve Dieffenbacher
There is a Mill Creek Falls near Prospect in Jackson County, and there is a Mill Creek Falls in the Mount Lassen area of Northern California. More remote, yet reached on a 3.2-mile round-trip hike, the Lassen-area waterfall is a refreshing escape from summer's heat. Here a view from the trail of Pilot Pinnacle, another Lassen-area landmark. - Steve Dieffenbacher
There is a Mill Creek Falls near Prospect in Jackson County, and there is a Mill Creek Falls in the Mount Lassen area of Northern California. More remote, yet reached on a 3.2-mile round-trip hike, the Lassen-area waterfall is a refreshing escape from summer's heat. Here, the falls as seen from a viewpoint near the trail. - Steve Dieffenbacher