In late August of 2011, Oscar and I took the long way home from Leavenworth so that we could see North Cascades National Park. It was a beautiful day, and the views of Ross and Diablo lakes were amazing, but the waterfalls were pathetic little trickles. I told him I wanted to come back in the spring so I could see the waterfalls in all their glory. We took a road trip up in late June of this year (higher elevations equals later spring), and this time we viewed everything from west to east rather than east to west. Our first stop was pretty though distant Big Devil Falls.
Lake Diablo was as beautiful and windy as ever.
There were a few more small falls whose names we're unsure of.
Bebee Creek falls was pretty cool, but there was no real way to get closer to it's largest drop
We took a quick lunch break in the tiny, tiny town of Mazama before hiking up to beautiful Cedar Falls.
And we made our final stop at Ross Lake before heading back home the way we came.