The Gloucester River tumbles in a series of waterfalls from the Gloucester Tops into a very wild gorge. Apparently there is a much bigger fall downstream of this one that takes plenty bravery to reach.
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Aug 23, 16 11:14 AM
The stand of Sequoia trees you referred to is not far away indeed. When returning to the paved road (Mesquito Ridge Rd) just turn left. It will take you
Jul 25, 16 06:14 PM
Great report but the photograph accompanied by This was some interesting rock formation near where I suspect the trailhead for the hard hike to Eas a'
Jul 25, 16 02:29 AM
Pearsony Falls (I've also seen it spelled Pearsoney Falls) was kind of our last waterfalling throw-in after having visited the nearby duo of Mill Creek Falls and Barr Creek Falls. In fact, if it...