Buckhorn Falls is a seasonal 70ft waterfall near Cooper Canyon Falls and PCT in Angeles National Forest, but it required an awkward stream scramble to access.
Hermit Falls is a 40ft waterfall in Big Santa Anita Canyon near Arcadia downstream of the popular Sturtevant Falls, requiring a 3-mile hike and risky scramble.
Fish Canyon Falls is an 80ft (maybe more) waterfall reached by a hike 5.2-mile hike with spotty trailhead access largely due to man-made impacts in Azusa, CA.
San Antonio Falls is a 100-150ft waterfall dropping in multiple tiers beneath the peak of Mt Baldy accessed by a 1.5-mile walk on a road from Manker Flat.
Cooper Canyon Falls is a 40-50ft waterfall that’s close to the LA Basin as the crow flies but not such a close drive and hike deep in the Angeles Forest.
Switzer Falls is a series of 3 waterfalls with an elusive main 50-70ft drop and an accessible 30-40ft lower tier accessed by a hike of at least 3.6 miles.
Trail Canyon Falls is a 30-40ft Y-shaped waterfall requiring a 4- or 4.8-mile round-trip hike and scramble in Big Tujunga Canyon in the San Gabriel Mountains.
Millard Falls was a 60ft waterfall in Millard Canyon that really felt like one of the more family-friendly trails given its modest 1.2-mile round-trip hike.
Soldier Creek Falls (also called Lewis Falls) is a 40-50ft secluded and obscure waterfall accessed by a relatively short hike and scramble in Azusa Canyon.
Eaton Canyon Falls is a rare year-round waterfall dropping some 30ft with a rock wedged right at its brink. It’s also very easy to visit with ample parking.
Sturtevant Falls is a 50ft moss-and-algae-accented waterfall within Big Santa Anita Canyon featuring cabins, creek crossings, and hard-to-find parking.