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California is home to countless waterfalls, that can be found literally all over the state. Ranging from 10 feet to 1, feet these natural wonders are one of my favorite things to find when traveling around the state. While the below list is by no means a complete list of the state’s waterfalls, these are [ ]. This is a list of waterfalls in California, ordered by county. Northern California Alameda County. Murrietta Falls – ft (30 m) Alpine County. Llewellyn Falls – 25 ft ( m) Wolf Creek Falls – 40 ft (12 m) Amador County. Moore Creek Falls; Calaveras County. North Fork Stanislaus River Falls. These 15 Hidden Waterfalls in Northern California Will Take Your Breath Away. When you think about Northern California, do you think about waterfalls? You should! The Pacific Ocean borders our coastline and takes our breath away with each rocky peak and sandy : Joanne Kraft. Sturtevant Falls. As one of the best waterfalls close to LA, Sturtevant Falls is a trendy weekend adventure spot. Be sure to get there early so that the parking lot doesn’t fill up. Read about Sturtevant Falls here. Big Falls is the largest waterfall in Southern California, and it is a sight to behold when it is flowing. Read about Big Falls.
This Northern California Waterfalls page is our survey of waterfalls that we’ve managed to visit pretty much anywhere north of the state capital in Sacramento. Even though Julie and I have lived in the state of California most of our lives, we’ve had a gaping hole in our survey of the waterfalls in the far north of the state for the first. Northern California is a the waterfall lover's dream destination. Experience what President Roosevelt called the 8th wonder of the world, McArthur-Burney Falls, take the Whiskeytown Waterfall Challenge, or walk behind a waterfall at Hedge Creek Falls. There is . In May, California’s foothill waterfalls are peaking, and the biggest headliner is Feather Falls near Lake Oroville (about 80 miles north of Sacramento), the sixth highest free-falling waterfall in the continental United States and the fourth highest in California. Getting to Feather Falls requires a 9-mile round-trip hike, but the payoff is. ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm. Series Title: Moon outdoors.
Nicknamed “California’s backbone,” this region of towering granite peaks defines much of the state’s eastern boundary. Visit Yosemite Valley, Lake Tahoe, Mammoth Lakes, and the giant trees of Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks—all . California Regional Map View the below map to see all waterfalls in this area. You may zoom in or out, or click on the map markers to see more detail. You may also select waterfalls from the table below. The map may take awhile to load. You must be logged in to see the map. 10 Amazing Waterfalls to See in Northern California By Redding CVB | 03/28/ | Family Friendly, Great Outdoors, Lakes, State & National Parks, Things to See and Do, Trails, Waterfalls An international outdoor destination ringed by the Southern Cascades to the east and the much smaller range of the Trinity Alps to the west, Redding is a. Southern California may not be the first place people think about when they think about waterfalls, but locals in the know have been seeking out these local cascades for decades.