Take the Wind River Highway for 5.8 miles to Old State Road and turn East. Take an immediate left on to Panther Creek Road and drive for 7.5 miles until you reach a gravel pit on the right side of the road. Park here and cross over to the trailhead.
The trailhead for this falls is a little tricky. There is a small sign nailed to a tree but it’s hard to see, especially in the spring and summer. The actual trail is very narrow and hard to see as well. It starts right on the side of the road so keep your eyes peeled.
The trail drops steeply for .2 miles and ends at a wooden viewing platform for Panther Creek Falls.
Distance: .4 miles
Elevation: 200 feet
Pet Friendly: Yes
Good For: All ages
Parking Fee: None
Overall: This is a nice stop if you’re hiking in the area.