South Skitty Branch and Skitty Creek flow into Cliffside Lake. Ranger Falls is on Skitty Creek. If you study the topo map, you’ll see an area around the 3,600-foot elevation of South Skitty Branch that looks promising for a waterfall as well. A waterfall is indeed located there, but it’s not worth the effort required to see it. It’s a long series of steep slides and cascades nearly covered in rhododendron. If you want to see it, you can follow the creek upstream from Cliffside Lake. Or you can access it from above from the old ranger station on Flat Creek Road. I did the latter, utilizing a series of old, overgrown logging roads. I have no idea what you’ll run into coming at it from below. Regardless, it’s just not worth it.