Diana Falls

EASY 21 reviews
#17 of 53 trails in

Diana Falls is a 1.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Coulterville, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from March until July. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
1.4 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
85 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

walking

waterfall

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful!

2 months ago

2 months ago

Loved it. Crawled all over it ... beautiful to enjoy pools of fresh water. Going back for another round for sure.

Very easy hike. Swimming hole is awesome. No traffic on the trail and then only 2 other people swimming..

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful area and an amazing swimming hole! Plus there's lots of room to hang out on the sides of the river. Swimming behind and under the waterfall was the highlight for me! I'm definitely planning to go back. I'd like to do some more upstream and downstream exploring :)

3 months ago

Such an awesome swimming hole! The water felt and looks absolutely amazing :)

hiking
3 months ago

Mild hike that more than pays off. Swimming behind and through the waterfall was so invigorating. The swimming hole was perfect and if you do a little more exploring there are some others nice swimming holes upstream and downstream. Definitely a memorable experience.

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

Love this trail in early spring, formally private land and was mostly frequented by those who preferred to enjoy the outdoors au'natural

5 months ago

Not much of a hike, but the waterfall is great. There are multiple different levels to jump from, and even jumping from 30ish feet up you won't touch the bottom of th pool. There is also a shallower, waste deep area to swim in.

hiking
5 months ago

Amazing waterfall and pool to swim in, kind of hard to find there is a small grocery store on the way the people there can help with directions, take Greeley Hill rd until there is a dirt patch parking lot on the left right before a small wooden bridge.

hiking
5 months ago

We went up there to go swimming in Diana Falls (where the big water fall is) and it was absolutely horrible to get there and back. The walk was 15 minutes of rocks and dirt and a very dangerous , narrow trail. Not only that - but the GPS to my phone wouldn't work because of no service & there were NO SIGNS TELLING US WHERE DIANA FALLS WAS SO I WENT DOWN A RODE WITH TONS OF BIG ROCKS AND DIRT PROBABLY MESSING UP EVERYTHING ON MY CAR JUST BRCSUSE OF NO SIGNS. will never go again!

hiking
5 months ago

Easy hike for kids. Watch out for poison oak.

hiking
7 months ago

First time visiting and it was great! Path to get down and close to the water was a little tricky at first but once you're down there by the water, it is such a great sight. And the breeze sends some of the spray from the waterfall your way which feels great after a hot hike. Definitely can't wait to go back once it's hotter.

8 months ago

I've been going here for a couple of years and I love it

11 months ago

It's a very simple and short hike with a nice payoff for the effort. Very pretty and quiet setting. I had the falls to myself. I wish I liked have jumped in but not a good idea in December. I would love to co e back when weather is warmer.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

The name of this falls is incorrectly given. This is Diana Falls. Don't know where the name given comes from. Even the old times in the area knew this as Diana Falls as kids.

Monday, June 06, 2016

Monday, May 16, 2016

hiking
Tuesday, January 06, 2015

Once we found the trail opening it was a piece of cake. Not sure about the 9 miles. It was about a mile to the waterfall and not far after the trail ended. We hiked up the creek a bit further and found some frozen ponds that were pretty neat.