Top 10 waterfalls in southern california

Cedar Creek Falls:plunges 80 feet into a deep pool of water. Hikers can hike into picturesque wilderness hills near Cedar Creek Falls in eastern San Diego.

Escondido Falls:Malibu is more than just sand and surf. Escondido Falls which is the Santa Monica Mountains tallest waterfall is located at the end of the Winding Way Trail a scenic trail in Malibu.

Eaton Canyon Falls:There is a 40-foot waterfall along the Eaton Canyon Trail with a view of the San Gabriel and Santa Monica Mountains. 

Millard Falls: is located in the San Gabriel Mountains and is about half a mile from the trailhead. Reaching the 50-foot-tall boulder makes for a great short walk in the forest.

Three Sisters Falls:There are not many hiking paths in southern California that are as secluded as Three Sisters Falls, which is just 30 minutes south of Julian.

Holy Jim Falls:Both experienced and novice hikers will enjoy a visit to Holy Jim Falls, situated in a secluded canyon in Cleveland National Forest. 

Trail Canyon Falls:The San Gabriel Mountains contain one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Southern California. Canyon Falls, which features a 30-foot Y-shaped wonder.

Paradise Falls:The water of Paradise Falls plunges 40 feet into a pool along the Arroyo Conejo in Thousand Oaks. It’s in Wildwood Park, and there are a lot of paths to get there. 

Sturtevant Falls: is in the Angeles National Forest and is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Southern California. There a reason why this is one of the best hikes in the San Gabriel Mountains.

Santa Paula Canyon Falls:With narrow valleys and small waterfalls, Santa Paula Canyon and Punch Bowls make for great hiking destinations. Numerous waterfalls make up Santa Paula Canyon Falls.

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