Cedar Creek Falls Trailhead
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The hike to the Devil’s Punchbowl might be one of the most dangerous in the county. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported in 2005 that about one person dies here each year. The allure lies at the trail’s destination. Surrounded by 75-foot high cliffs, a magnificent waterfall splashes into a pool…
A popular hike in San Diego County, the trail to Cedar Creek Falls is a challenging pathway through backcountry hills and down an exposed canyon to a spectacular waterfall. Based in eastern San Diego in Cleveland Nationa Forest, Cedar Creek Waterfall can be accessed from the main trailhead at San…
You'll need a permit (go online to reserve). On an Indian Reservation the trail ends at the punch bowl (waterfall with a basin).
Not a hike to take lightly. but beautiful waterfall at the end. Do not recommend in Summer or on hot days.
This is a treasure in east San Diego county, one of the few hikes in San Diego county that ends in a waterfall, a very popular place.