On Friday January 29, 2010, Ashley and I finally got a chance to hike to and see Tenaja Falls in the Cleveland National Forest. It is a 150 foot plus set of cascading waterfalls deep in the San Mateo Canyon Wilderness. This month Tenaja Falls had received 8 plus inches of rain and there was plenty of water a week after the rain storms moved through Southern California. Below are some videos from our hike to Tenaja Falls. To view our detailed trail write-up with directions to the trailhead and maps of the trail to hike to Tenaja Falls Here.
Crossing the River
Top of the Falls
First Part of Tenaja Falls
More of the First Part of Tenaja Falls
Middle and Lower Section of Tenaja Falls
Middle Section of Tenaja Falls