Black Star Canyon Falls is a seasonal waterfall with a bloody past reached by a difficult 7.5-mile hike and scramble in the Santa Ana Mountains near Irvine, CA.
Falls Canyon Falls (‘Hidden Falls’) is an elusive 40ft elusive and easily-overlooked waterfall in an unmarked side canyon of Trabuco Canyon in Orange County.
Three Sisters Falls is a 150ft three-drop waterfall that is probably San Diego County’s second-most popular waterfall, but it is by no means an easy hike!
Cottonwood Creek Falls is a series of small waterfalls and slides about 10-15ft each hidden away in the desert-like terrain near Pine Valley east of San Diego.
San Juan Falls is a small temporary falls that’s hard to get a good look at, but it’s quite close to the Ortega Highway by the Ortega Oaks Candy Store.
Holy Jim Falls is a short seasonal waterfall in Orange County’s Trabuco Canyon with a trail that crosses the creek many times and a rough road to the trailhead.
Tenaja Falls is a 150ft multi-drop seasonal waterfall reached by a 1.5-mile round-trip hike flanked by wildflowers to pools at the top after a long crossing.
Ortega Falls is a popular 35ft seasonal waterfall with additional downstream cascades accessed by a 1/4-mile scramble from the Ortega Highway near Lake Elsinore
Cedar Creek Falls is an 80ft seasonal waterfall in San Diego County that can be accessed by two different trailheads each 6 miles round-trip requiring permits.
Mildred Falls was an ephemeral waterfall that appeared to have a very short life. I’ve witnessed this waterfall on two separate occasions, where the first time I showed up was on the second dry day…
Kitchen Creek Falls is a 150ft seasonal waterfall sitting within the typically hot and dry deserts about 50 miles east of San Diego off the Pacific Crest Trail.