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Only 1 of 7 or 8 (Eaton Canyon Fall)
I used to hike Eaton Canyon in the early 70's. The falls you are showing here is only one of seven or eight. Don't know if it's still there but years …
Trash and Water
We have decided to start hiking this Summer to embrace nature and give us something to do. So we purchased a book which lists several hiking trails that …
A Wet Day (Eaton Canyon Falls)
First, thanks for this cool website its nice to know about hidden gems in our backyard. We went on May 24th, 2008 and had the pleasure of seeing a …
Hot (Eaton Canyon Falls)
I went there in October and when you go on there are so many tiny waterfalls but the big one is worth the hike. But go to Santa Monica waterfalls, too. …
Slippery and wet (Eaton Canyon Falls)
It was beautiful! The hike was easy outside of a few slips. Arriving @ the fall was well worth it. Breath taking. First time ever hearing about it. Can't …
Eaton Fall - Taller than 30 feet
Hi, I am certain that Eaton Fall is at least 50 feet based on my personal experience; and the guy who wrote "Trails of the Angeles" says it is 60 …
Eaton Canyon Falls
Nice Falls !!. Hike was easy . the last 1/2 mile to the falls is more difficult. Go in the morning cause it can be crowded.
A natural wonder
Our first trip to an actual waterfall. This was better than we expected. It is a challenging hike for beginners but so worth it. Definitely recommend it …
Amazing Experience (Eaton Canyon Falls)
We took our family on a hike to see Eaton Canyon Falls in June 2009. On the hike we saw many interesting animals like a blue tailed skink lizard, frogs …
Good experience, Decent Falls!!!
Eaton Canyon is pretty close to Los Angeles and is a great place to hike. It's a very good falls with a good hike for about 1.5-2 miles ending at …
|First, thanks for this cool website its nice to know about hidden gems in our backyard. We went on May 24th, 2008 and had the pleasure of seeing a running stream all the way...[more]|
|We would climb up the falls along the crevice to the left of the falls all the way up then over to the chute to the left of the falls and run down the gravel chute...[more]|
|This hike is AMAZING! I was happy going through this trail with a few friends as it was quite pretty. The road up is a long one and there were...[more]|
|Glad to know there are waterfall lovers like myself. I am enjoying the website. I thought I would post to you a picture of a waterfall in California that is...[more]|
|I was so surprised not to see the Three Sisters Waterfall in Descanso, CA (San Diego County) on your list & then remembered it's a fairly well kept secret...[more]|
|I absolutely loved the scenery of this whole hike and destination. It was very confusing to get there and we had to make a few U-Turns, but it was definitely worth...[more]|
|About a year ago, I was given a newspaper article describing these hidden falls in Orange County. The article itself did not specify the exact location, so I did some hunting online...[more]|
|Here is what I can only assume is called "Emerald Falls" just north of Filmore in Southern California. (In Los Padres National Forest) I think it is hands down...[more]|