A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest 5th ed.
Middle Cascades 
11 North Fork River
Waterfall Entries (refer to hardcopy book for descriptions and directions; page numbers are provided below)

Salmon Falls
Rating: ***
Form: segmented
Magnitude: 56 (h)
Access: auto (page 273)
USGS Map: Elkhorn (1994)
Edition: 1st

Sullivan Creek Falls (u)
Rating: **
Form: cascade
Magnitude: 22
Access: auto (page 273)
USGS Map: Elkhorn (1994 ns)
Image courtesy of Greg Lief
Edition: 1st

Henline Falls
Rating: ****
Form: plunge
Magnitude: 74
Access: trail (page 273)
USGS Map: Elkhorn (1994)
Edition: 1st

It is likely Silver King Falls, USGS Elkhorn (1994) is actually a pseudonym for Henline Falls.  The name is listed in the Geographic Names Information System. A series of eight cataracts, however, occurs above Henline Falls. Collectively known as Family Falls, a difficult bushwhack is required to access them. Jerry Falls (u), Elkhorn (1994), Mark Falls (u), Elkhorn (1994), Dan Falls (u), Elkhorn (1994), Ron Falls (u), Elkhorn (1994), Dave Falls (u), Elkhorn (1994), Deannas Slide (u), Elkhorn (1994), Jackie Falls (u), Elkhorn (1994), and Steve Falls (u), USGS Elkhorn (1994), were named by Maynard Drawson after his children. Extensive information can be found for these waterfalls in Tom Kloster's online Oregon Backroads series.

Maps suggest no access is likely for Evans Creek Falls (u), USGS Elkhorn (1985 nl), Battle Ax Creek Falls (u), USGS Battle Ax (1994 nl), Upper Battle Ax Creek Falls (u), USGS Battle Ax (1994 nl).

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