World of Waterfalls Blog
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
Pacheco Creek Falls was really a series of small and seasonal waterfalls draining the limited catchment of Big Rock Ridge within the Pacheco Valle Preserve.
“The Firefall Pilgrimage” (Yosemite and Sonoma, California – February 24, 2022 to February 26, 2022)
I was kind of hoping that we wouldn’t need them for this trip since the storm that blew by here two days ago should be long gone, but then I knew that the cold…
As we went through this part of Eaton Canyon, we noticed more infrastructure that I guess we hadn’t really noticed in our past visits (which goes to show you…
Lower Fox Canyon Falls is the lowermost of the hidden waterfalls of Fox Canyon (a tributary of Big Tujunga Canyon), a place typically visited by canyoneers.
Although this trail didn’t look all that steep from where we were standing, it became obvious that once we committed to the steep scramble, we pretty much…
“Prioritizing The Waterfall” (Devils Gulch Falls and Trail Canyon Falls – January 21, 2022 to January 22, 2022)
…in one moment, Dad managed to trip and fall down on the trail, where he actually landed on a yucca plant as well as split his pinky, which was bleeding…
Devils Gulch Falls is a waterfall near the Bridge to Nowhere in the Sheep Mountain Wilderness. Its hidden location means most people don’t know about it.
The Upper Hot Spring Canyon Falls were a series of accessible seasonal waterfalls in perhaps Orange County’s most remote part of the Santa Ana Mountains…
Maybe it was a good thing that there wasn’t more water here or else there would be no way to even get a look at even part of the falls without getting right…
Fall Creek Falls is a seasonal multi-tiered waterfall in a section of Big Tujunga Canyon that harbored surprising autumn colors even in the month of January!
…all this barefoot walking (especially since I was wearing Chacos) made me very wary of poison oak exposure… as both Jay and I were bushwhacking…
We need to be reminded about waterfall safety and common sense because let’s face it – if we don’t, then we end up ruining it for everyone!
Josephine Creek Falls (Josephine Falls) is an elusive 180ft seasonal waterfall hiding beneath a hanging ravine beneath Josephine Peak in Big Tujunga Canyon.
“New Year’s Season’s Seizure” (Ortega Highway and Big Tujunga Canyon – December 31, 2021 to January 1, 2022)
She blamed me for telling her that it wasn’t the falls so she didn’t want to do the hike, but she didn’t want to hear the truth that she didn’t own her…
Chiquito Falls (or Lion Canyon Falls) was a small waterfall near the Ortega Highway that required quite a bit of effort to reach. Was the effort worth it?
In this guide, we show you the best Los Angeles Waterfalls to visit during a drought, which might be an alternative to the crowded beaches!
This guide to the best waterfalls you can swim in the Big Island of Hawaii shares our experiences so that you may plan your visit!
This guide to the best waterfalls you can swim in Maui (and Molokai) is where we share what we’ve experienced so you can plan and prepare.
In this guide to the best waterfalls you can swim in Oahu, we share our experiences with the swimming hole waterfalls in the Gathering Place.
In this guide to the best waterfalls you can swim in Kauai, we share our experiences with the swimming hole waterfalls on the Garden Isle.