The Hike To This Pretty Little Southern California Waterfall Is Short And Sweet

When it comes to hiking trails in Southern California, the opportunities here are endless. Whether you are an avid hiker or new to the trail, we have found just the spot that will appeal to most everyone with a marvelous payoff at the end of the trail that will completely refresh you. Here’s a look at one of our new favorite outdoor adventures in SoCal – a short and sweet waterfall hike.

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Do you have a favorite waterfall hike in Southern California? If you’d like to experience this hike for yourself, you can find the trailhead in San Bernardino at the intersection of Lytle Creek Road and Big Tree Cucamonga. Don’t forget your Adventure Pass as you’ll need one in order to use the trailhead. You can find them at the ranger station on the way to the trail. At this time, parking passes are $5.00 per car.

Looking for more waterfalls to enjoy in Southern California? Make sure to check out this awesome bucket list featuring some of the best waterfall hikes in SoCal.