Donna, I and a recovering Tucker visited the beautiful Panther Creek Falls. This is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the entire Gorge region. It's a hidden gem inside the Gifford Pinchot National Forest that few people know about. We were the only ones there for a short period. It's a short walk to a wooden viewing platform perfectly perched for one to marvel at such a unique waterfall. From there you'll get a stunning view of two steams merging together to form a beautiful wall of cascading water. The falls on the right that flow from the clearly visible upper stream are about 69 feet, and the other falls that feed from the cliff on the left are about 102 feet. In total, the falls drop about 136 feet, which includes a few smaller steps.