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If you read my previous review, you may have been discouraged from visiting Three Sisters Falls during certain periods of the year. During the dry months, unless you are training for a tour of duty in the Middle East, it's true, I'd recommend somewhere else....More
This hike was far too dry to really enjoy. It's a good workout but I felt like I was overheating, the breeze you get in the valley is hotter than no breeze at all, apparently you can get poison oak or something on the trail,...More
Let start out with saying, this trail is challenging! I'm not a big hiker to begin with, so taking on this trail really tested my physical and mental capabilities. Make sure you have plenty of water on hand and some durable hiking shoes. To emphasize...More
Please be prepared for this adventure:
-bring at least one liter of water per person
-trail shoes are NEEDED!
-trekking poles recommended
The trail starts off easily with beautiful scenery. Then it becomes very steep uphill, just before becoming VERY steep downhill. Many people end...More
This was a fun hike with much climbing over boulders and steep bits. Very easy to get to from San Diego and made for a great day in the outback. Definitely not for inexperienced hikers though. The waterfall was beautiful and great scenery all around!
Between San Diego and that pie town Julian in the mountains lies Three Sisters Waterfall Hike. From the trail-head, it is only a ~4 mile out and back trek, but it is quite challenging along the way. There is a steep rock wall you need...More