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Cleveland National Forest encompasses 460,000 acres, mostly of chaparral, with a few riparian areas. A warm dry mediterranean climate prevails over the Forest. It is the Southernmost National Forest in California.

Absolutely beautiful.

hiking
13 days ago

The Crosley Truck Trail road appears to be a private road with two separate gates saying No Trespassing, the last one locked- sorry but there was no way in to the trailhead.

Nice hike. Just opposite the Candy Store and Bear Canyon/ Sitton Peak hike. Cross the stream two times and then up to the falls. Can get hot in late spring and summer so go early. Parking lot also fills up pretty quick. The rangers were out writing tickets, first time I have seen this. The Candy Store sells Pass on occasion but more often then not doesn't have them so make sure you get one before arriving. Better off just getting the American the Beautiful annual pass for $80.00 for the US National Park Service that let's you in all national parks and you can even use the express lanes!

Awesome view from the top, easy hike till the last mile to the very top.

muy bonita experiencia

Beautiful view!

13 days ago

A lot of rock climbing. A lot of people on the weekend. Not much water as I expected but it was a good workout; my aunt likes the hike.