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Nojoqui falls is a fairy tale world of mist, tiny rainbows and little miniature cave villages surrounded by moss and maidenhair ferns… if you dare to step all the way up, as close as you can get, you’ll see. And maybe you’ll hear the faint whispers of the Chumash Indians who long ago called the area home and treasured the falls. Drop your head back and look up. It’s not very impressive… Read More

Crater Lake is such an incredibly beautiful experience that is hard to beat. Your eyes and soul will be satisfied staring at the royal blue of that lake and you’ll find yourself telling everyone you know just how amazing that color is exactly. But, if you’re in the area you definitely don’t want to miss the Umpqua National forest. Follow scenic route 138 and you can spend a day or two marveling… Read More

A gorgeous sheltered waterfall hidden between trees and boulders. It’s a little treasure you might get lucky to have all to yourself only because it’s not marked well and most pass right by it not even knowing it exists. But there it is, in all it’s glory, just feet away from PCH. Waterfalls have a very special place in my heart and I could have spent a whole day at this spot!… Read More

I’ve been willing to hike many, many miles to see waterfalls but here, at Ortega falls, you only have to walk (I wouldn’t call it a hike) a very short distance from the turnout/parking lot to be met by lots of clear running water and multiple falls. I’d say it took about 10 minutes only because we stopped to take photos. As soon as you park you’ll hear the playful and roaring… Read More

Named after the triple set of waterfalls Three Sisters will not disappoint as one of the best waterfalls to visit in southern California after a good rain. Even though this hike is not very long (4.5 miles) it is rated moderate with an elevation change of a 1000 feet and can be fairly challenging. Getting there is down hill the whole way so you’ll have plenty of energy to stop and take… Read More