Galena Creek Falls is the only major waterfalls in the Heather Meadows region of Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. This waterfalls is a roadside attraction, immediately next to Mount Baker Highway 542; however, it is easily missed and most motorists simply pass by it.
The waterfalls is actually pretty big and can be very impressive in high-water season. In low-water season, the falls become just a few trickles. It’s possible to hike down to the river bed and then walk up close to the falls; however, the slope is gonna be very steep with loose gravels and therefore caution is required. It seems that the easiest way down to the river bed is on the other side of the highway and then walk under the bridge toward the falls; it’s still steep but less than the other side. I didn’t try it this time, because the waterfall volume is to low to justify my effort to hike down.