Frazier Falls, located on Frazier Creek, is the scenic highlight of the Twenty Lakes Basin, an area characterized by glacial terrain in granite bedrock in which there are plenty of alpine lakes and streams.
The falls reside in the vague northern end of the Sierra Nevada. Frazier Creek is the outflow stream for Gold Lake, one of the largest lakes in the region.
The trail to the falls viewpoint is paved and wheelchair-accessible. A network of hiking trails also crosses the area.