Oh my gosh, I just hiked to the best waterfall I have ever seen in Southern California. As has become my normal lately I took over 100 pictures. I think it was actually 103 of them. Usually only half are good enough to keep, but I had around 75 keepers. I will show you a smidgen of those below. I hope you enjoy the drive and hike.
The waterfall is called, “Three Sisters Falls” and it is located on the southern most part of the Cleveland National Forest in San Diego County California. This fall is on a dirt road about half way in between the towns of Julian and Ramona. We recently had a bunch of snow in the mountains. Over two feet, and a bunch of rain as well. Great time to visit a fall that does dry up completely in the summer months.
Are you ready? I made this post part one, because I like to keep my posts on or around 10 photos per post.
This hike was around 6 miles with an elevation gain of 1000 feet. I also have a fear of heights and get vertigo super bad. I did feel it during this one. You will see why…