With a 22-foot plummet, LaSalle Falls is the most impressive waterfall in the area. The trail ends at the 35-foot rock outcrop next to the falls, but the best view is to use the trail to the base of the falls. Downstream of the falls is a gorge, filled with rapids, that runs for 1/2 mile. The best view of the area is in a canoe or kayak at the end of the gorge. If you only visit one waterfall, make this the one. To get to the falls from the south, turn north off of Hwy C on to LaSalle Falls Road. Follow LaSalle Falls Road about 2.5 miles to a parking lot on the north side of the road. A medium difficulty hike of about 1 mile leads you to the falls. From the west and Washburn Falls, follow White Ash Road and LaSalle Falls Road about 4 miles from Washburn Falls to the parking lot.