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Waterfalls in Central and Southern California


Berry Creek Falls in Big Basin State Park

60 feet / 18 meters

Official site: Berry Creek Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: Big Basin Redwoods State Park


Pfeiffer Falls in Big Sur State Park

60 feet / 18 meters

Official site: Pfeiffer Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park


McWay Creek Falls

80 feet / 24 meters

Official site: McWay Creek Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: McWay Falls

 thumbnail - Waterfall Cove at sunset, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

Waterfall Cove at sunset, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, California

January 9, 2006
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Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
Lucia on the Big Sur Coast

Limekiln Falls

100 feet / 30 meters

Official site: Limekiln Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: Limekiln State Park


Salmon Creek Falls in Big Sur

120 feet / 37 meters

Official site: Salmon Creek Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: Salmon Creek Falls

 thumbnail - Near the base of Salmon Creek Falls

Near the base of Salmon Creek Falls

Salmon Falls, Los Padres National Forest, California

January 9, 2006
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Big Falls near Arroyo Grande

80 feet / 24 meters

Official site: Big Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Minaret Falls at Devils Postpile

250 feet / 76 meters

Official site: Minaret Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Rainbow Falls near Reds Meadow

101 feet / 31 meters

Official site: Rainbow Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article:

 thumbnail - Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls, on the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River

Devils Postpile National Monument, California

August 8, 2002
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More panoramas of:
Reds Meadow
Devils Postpile

Grizzly Falls in Kings Canyon

150 feet / 46 meters

Official site: Grizzly Falls (World Waterfall Database)

 thumbnail - Grizzly Falls at the Entrance to Kings Canyon

Giant Sequoia National Monument, California

June 4, 2013
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Lower Part of Kings Canyon

Roaring River Falls in Kings Canyon

45 feet / 14 meters

Official site: Roaring River Falls (World Waterfall Database)

 thumbnail - Roaring RIver Falls West Viewpoint

Kings Canyon National Park, California

June 4, 2013
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Middle Part of Kings Canyon
Zumwalt Meadow

Mist Falls on the South Fork Kings River

80 feet / 24 meters

Official site: Mist Falls (World Waterfall Database)

 thumbnail - Mist Falls, Kings Canyon

Mist Falls on the Kings River, near the top.

Kings Canyon National Park, California

May 21, 2001
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South Fork Kings River Above Kings Canyon
Roads End Area in Kings Canyon

Tokopah Falls

1200 feet / 366 meters

Official site: Tokopah Falls (World Waterfall Database)

 thumbnail - Tokopah Falls, Sequoia National Park

At the base of Tokopah Falls, early summer.

Sequoia National Park, California

June 16, 2001
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More panoramas of:
Tokopah Valley

South Creek Falls near the Kern River

90 feet / 27 meters

Official site: South Creek Falls (World Waterfall Database)

 thumbnail - South Creek Falls in late summer

South Creek Falls, low water in late summer, east of Johnsondale

Giant Sequoia National Monument, California

August 15, 2012
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More panoramas of:
Johnsondale Road
Kern River

Stevenson Creek Falls below Shaver Lake

1200 feet / 366 meters

Official site: Stevenson Creek Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Nojoqui Falls near Gaviota Pass

100 feet / 30 meters

Official site: Nojoqui Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: Nojoqui


Tangerine Falls near Santa Barbara

100 feet / 30 meters

Official site: Tangerine Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Escondido Falls near Malibu

150 feet / 46 meters

Official site: Escondido Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Sturtevant Falls near Sierra Madre

50 feet / 15 meters

Official site: Sturtevant Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Big Falls near San Gorgonio Mountain

400 feet / 122 meters

Official site: Big Falls (World Waterfall Database)


Darwin Falls in Death Valley National Park

25 feet / 8 meters

Official site: Darwin Falls (World Waterfall Database)

Wikipedia article: Darwin Falls

 thumbnail - Darwin Falls at the end of the trail

Darwin Falls, or at least the lower part of it. I am told that there are more falls higher up.

Death Valley National Park, California

March 7, 2012
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More panoramas of:
Darwin Falls
The Ghost Town of Darwin

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