See The Tallest Waterfall In Southern California At Forest Falls
Want to be impressed by the tallest waterfall in Southern California? You came to the right place. Big Falls in Forest Falls is a sight to see. It has five tiers and is the oldest standing waterfall in the area.
Please note: The Big Falls Trail can be slippery and dangerous past the observation deck. Please check the USDA Forest Service’s
website for current trail conditions and closure information. In the event that the trail is closed for safety reasons, you can still see the beautiful falls from the observation deck.
To reach the trailhead, you'll turn east off Highway 38. Once you've reached Valley of the Falls Road in Forest Fall, you'll travel to the top end of the road. You can find the trailhead at the parking lot on the left. It's before you reach the picnic area. You'll walk a short distance to get to it, so good footwear is something you'll want to invest in and wear.
The flow of water is magnificent in Forest Falls. Watching it cascade down tier after tier of stone is nothing short of spectacular. There is no other waterfall in the area that is as tall as Big Falls.
You can see the hills in the distance in some locations throughout Forest Falls. The landscape is vast and varied. Getting introduced to Southern California through its beautiful natural scenery is an excellent way to spend vacation.
The flowers you find throughout the area are vibrant. They're attractive and bright. It's yet another reminder of how awesome Mother Nature is at painting the landscape with color. Southern California provides multiple environments to explore, with many present in the area of Big Falls.
There are many places to stop and reflect on what you're witnessing. Big Falls Trail is 4.4 miles in length. It's excellent for walking, hiking, birding, and photography.
Don't miss Forest Falls in the fall when the foliage changes brilliant colors. It's a sight to see as the skyline is full of autumnal reds, oranges, yellows, and golds. Taking pictures of the area tops the list of fun activities to do year-round.
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Valley of the Falls Drive, Valley of the Falls Dr, Forest Falls, CA 92339, USA