OK, I'm well into my film scanning project and I found some not too bad shots of some of the falls above the main set. This is from a different trip than the ones that I took on a P&S camera that later got dropped in the river near Split Rock. These were taken in the summer of 1990, on crappy film, but at least at that time I had a decent "real" 35mm camera, probably a Minolta X7-A, but with a pretty poor 24mm lens that added a lot of distortion. But considering that there probably aren't too many shots of these falls by anyone, here they are.
This may be the extreme upper part of the main falls in the shot in the first post, or it may be the next section.
Even further up, definitely these can't be seen any other way than to climb up there. From the composition, I don't think there was any other place to stand to get a shot, so the perspective is really messed up. Most likely I was teetering on the edge of a very slippery and high drop off.
Once you get above these, you can look off to see Pitchoff Mtn and the roadway:
You can see by the height that it's quite a climb, and not an easy one. Almost straight up the whole time, with unsure footing on slippery rocks. But, it is pretty cool up there, with giant boulders made almost completely of blue & green calcite, and a bunch of other mineral oddities. I've also heard that there is a cave up there somewhere, but I'm not going to go looking for it.