Three Sisters Falls Trailhead

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Located in the Cleveland National Forest, Three Sisters Falls is named after the three distinct tiers of waterfalls that cascade down a rocky canyon. The falls are fed by Boulder Creek, which flows through a scenic valley surrounded by chaparral-covered hills and boulders. The area is characterized by its rugged terrain and picturesque landscape. Hiking to Three Sisters Falls is considered moderately difficult due to the steep and rocky trails. The trailhead is located off Boulder Creek Road and hikers must obtain a free permit before embarking on the hike. The trail is approximately 4 miles round trip with a total elevation gain of around 1,000 feet. It generally takes 3-4 hours to complete the hike, depending on your fitness level and the trail conditions. (Submitted by Dan Flint)