Directions: This hike is located right off I-84 at the Starvation Creek State Park exit (#55)
We did this quick hike on a busy weekend and it was nice to see all of the improvements they have made to the area.
From the parking area go left past the bathrooms and round the corner to see Starvation Creek Falls. Once you are done here head back to the parking area and get on the trail that follows along I-84. They have done a lot of improvements in this area and it’s all paved now.
The first waterfall you’ll see on this section of the trail is Cabin Creek Falls. It’s hidden back behind giant basalt boulders, you can walk back in to get a good look at it. Continue on and they have put in a new elevated walkway/bridge type thing as you start to pull away from the freeway a bit. You’ll come to a split, go left and you’ll reach Hole In The Wall Falls. Its name is very literal, as it comes straight out of a manmade hole way up at the top of the cliffside.
We stopped here for the day but you can continue on steeply uphill and reach a junction, stay right and you’ll soon come to Lancaster Falls. We posted about Lancaster Falls here.
Head back out the way you came in.
Distance: 1.5 miles (to Hole In The Wall Falls, 2.5 miles (to Lancaster Falls)
Elevation: 300 feet
Difficulty: Easy to moderate
Pet Friendly: Yes
Good For: All ages
Parking Fee: None
Popular: On nice weekends
Overall: Easy trail where you get to see a lot of waterfalls but the noise from I-84 is very loud.