|# 30 Dougan Falls (road side ~ easy access)|
|# 32 Reeder Falls (road side ~ easy access)|
|# 33 Mad Dog Falls (off-trail ~ easy access)|
|# 34 Docs Drop Falls (bushwhack ~ easy access)|
We turned around after grabbing some pictures of Mad Dog Falls and Docs Drop then stopped off at Naked Falls on the way back out. The falls are very pretty but in no way did they inspire me or my girlfriend to get naked. :D The wind was blowing down the river really hard and we were both freezing even though we were bundled up. Must be a summer waterfall....still it looked great in the cold.
|# 35 Naked Falls (bushwhack ~ moderate access)|
|# 36 Salmon Falls (road side ~ easy access)|
It's only about half of a mile down the road but it seemed a lot longer hiking through the snow. The howling wind didn't help either.
I visited this waterfall last year but the devils club was too thick to get through to the bottom. It wasn't too bad getting down to the river today, just steep. I'd suggest if you plan on seeing this one that you do it in early spring, fall or winter when the vegetation is low.
I tried to cross the river to get a better shot but all the rocks and logs were covered in ice. I just got over a cold and didn't feel like swimming today.
Another picture of
|# 37 McCloskey Falls (bushwhack ~ moderate access)|
It was so cold the snow was frozen which was great for hiking on. It just took a little more effort to get up the hill.
We have never been here so we were pretty surprised when we came up on the waterfall. Cynthia Falls down in the ravine.
Cynthia Falls all icy.
|# 38 Cynthia Falls (bushwhack ~ moderate access)|
Hiking down the power line road I found a frozen dollar bill under some thin snow...yay We now had money to cross Bridge of the Gods... Still had some daylight when we reached the car so we went up to Duncan Creek Falls before heading home. Got to see a lot today and I found a buck, what a great day.
|# 39 Duncan Creek Falls (off-trail ~ easy access)|