We arrived at the park that is near these falls and were told that there is a ten minute walk. But it’s a ten minute walk FROM the ENTRANCE. Actually one could drive up to where the camping areas are and find it quicker.
We arrived when the sun was setting. The park closes at this time so it’s a good idea to come earlier in the day.
Despite the article above, this is in Central, not Southern California.
Anyway, it’s quite a hike up some stone stairs. The rocks can be slippery so wear some good shoes.
The falls themselves were somewhat impressive in their tall majesty, but in high summer the water is not as big as it would have been in the winter.
Overall, a good experience, but the hike is for the healthy!
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