“Easy to Reach”
The waterfall is visible from the parking area, but requires a short uphill hike to get near the base.
This is a MUST see. Make sure you go on the left path if you have littles. Our 5 and 3 year old did awesome but it was difficult in a few spots.
This waterfall you cannot miss. It is right on the highway with signs. Again road tripper sent us elsewhere. Also GPS/ wireless is hard in this area to connect.
The hike is short and easy. The drought this year left the waterfall dry. Nonetheless it was a nice break and beautiful sight.
Tiny from the parking lot. Wish we would have had time to do the hike.
As if Pagosa Springs wasn't a treasure in and of itself, this 105 foot tall waterfall (situated off Highway 160) is just one more jewel to add to this already beautiful area.
Ignore the marker, actual location see Google map
Worth the climb
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