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Redding, Calif.—The National Park Service invites you to “Find Your Waterfall” by taking the Whiskeytown Waterfall Challenge during National Park Week.
National Park Week starts April 21st and runs through April 29th.
You can complete the Wiskeytown Waterfall Challenge by obtaining a free Waterfall Challenge Passport at the visitor center, or by downloading and printing it here.
Upper Crystal Creek Falls
Lower Crystal Creek Falls
With the passport visitors can hike to Brandy Creek, Boulder Creek, Crystal Creek, and Whiskeytown Falls.
You can stop at the trail and register at the base of each waterfall.
Each register has a unique plaque where you can create a color impression on your passport.
Once hikers complete all four waterfalls you can return to the visitor center and receive your completion stamp as well as a special gift while supplies last.
The challenge can be completed in multiple visits or all in one day for the bragging rights.
In celebration of National Park Week, the National Park Service has set Saturday April 21st as a free entrance day at Whiskeytown and all 413 National Park units.