Williams Basin Falls

Williams Basin Falls       WilliamsBasin Falls

Williams Basin Falls (30’ high) is a tiered waterfall high up at timberline... here is two views of it during midsummer flow.



beta facts:

name- Williams Basin Falls

height- 30’

elevation- 11,600’

GPS coordinates- ±36°32.822’N 105°26.003’W

flow- perennial  

season- June thru Oct…  the early bird will fight snowdrifts but will see the best water-show 

accommodations- Wheeler Peak Wilderness

ownership- Carson National Forest

access- 2˝ miles on trail #62 …and a short steep mile southwest of Williams Lake

nearest town- Taos Ski Valley is about 5 miles North of here

fun fact- …hard to find...


Williams Basin Falls is shown near the lower left-hand corner of the map below... between Williams Bog and Godoi Lake


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Enhanced USGS 7.5’ topo map

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