Not only is this the tallest waterfall in the county, but it also has a 70-foot long cave just beside the falls. This area used to be a vital watershed for the area, and has been preserved due to this.
As you make your way over the waterfall to begin your hike up the hill, you will find yourself wandering through a thick wooded canopy. At times, you forget that on of the heaviest traveled highways, is just across the canyon. The oaks and sycamores provide plenty of shade, making this section of the trail a breeze on even the hottest of days.
Eventually the canopy opens up, as you climb up into the canyon. You will be walking through chaparral that stands about 3 feet tall, when you'll notice some post-apocalyptic looking art/trash. They make for some great pictures, depending on the time of day, and lighting.
San Luis Obispo Blog
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