Three Sisters Falls, near Descanso, CA, is a route of about 3.9 miles (round trip), very entertaining but not suitable for everyone.
They are trio of natural waterfalls located in the Cleveland National Forest.
I did the Three Sisters Falls Trail last year and I loved it so much that I want to share my experience with you.
My day at Three Sisters Falls
We arrived early in the morning, there was absolutely no one there; it was cloudy and cold, but we were eager to see the waterfalls.
We started walking down a dirt road situated at some altitude.
At the end of this road, when we turned left, we could enjoy these beautiful views.
I took the opportunity to do a split, as always! 😜
We started walking down a steep hill with bushes.
After a while we had to start climbing rocks
And climbing with ropes!
Once we were down there, the funniest part began; jumping on the stones, trying to find the most entertaining way to the falls! 😉
There was an overland route, but we decided to venture here.
I fell into the water more than once!🙈
The route is very nice because it is varied, with charming corners, small waterfalls, tiny caves, rocks with interesting shapes, a larger cave, etc.
And finally, when we were already soaked, dirty and with some bruises, we arrived at the main waterfall!!
The connection with nature here is amazing! So peaceful!
As I was already completely soaked, so I decided to go to the middle of the water, where there were some rocks and there, I tried my first Titibasana, and I fell on my butt! haha
We did not understand where the three waterfalls were, so we thought that maybe this wasn’t the end of the route.
We saw a rope on the right side, so we decided to climb it.
As we climbed, the route was steeper and getting more and more slippery; not easily accessible. So although I was super curious to see what was next, since the weather wasn’t good, we decided to be cautious and return.
We came back through the easier path, doing some sprints!
It was a funny day, full of adventures, as I like it!
Do you dare to do the trail?
Love and gratitude