Swim At The Bottom Of A Three-Tiered Waterfall After The 5-Mile Hike To Beale Falls In Northern California
Nothing quite compares to cooling off in a natural swimming hole on a hot summer day—even better if it’s located at the bottom of a gorgeous waterfall! Not only is the hike to this three-tiered waterfall filled with glorious scenery, but the swimming hole at the end of the trail is a truly unique place for a summertime soak. The loop trail is five miles, but we think you’ll find that it’s worth every single step. There’s no better time to visit the wonderful Beale Falls, so be sure to check it out!
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Have you swam in this waterfall swimming hole before? Tell us about your experience at Beale Falls (or any other name you may know it by) in the comments below!