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    Royal Gorge

    If you go along an easy trail, then do a little moderate boulder hop, and then do some knee-deep, strenuous wading finally, you will get into a distinct little hideaway that’s part of the Royal Gorge, and it’s pretty sublime. It’s a rock-walled, narrow area of the Arroyo Seco canyon that has...
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    Tar Creek Falls

    Approximately a couple hours from downtown L.A. is the ideal spot for cliff jumping in the southern part of California, which is Tar Creek Falls. Tar Creek is just a little tributary, and it flows near the sanctuary for condors by Fillmore. You need to park in close proximity to the trailhead and...
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    Malibu Creek Rock Pools

    About an hour outside of downtown L.A. in the Malibu Creek State Park, you can reach the Rock Pools. You can put your car at parking lot’s end and pay the attendant. Take a look at the map to get the path to pools of the rocks. After about a hike of a mile, you reach the hole to go swimming in....
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    Aztec Falls

    A couple of hours by the downtown area of Lake Arrowhead along Pacific Crest Trail, you will reach Aztec Falls. You will park by the Hook Creek road end, and you will hike two miles by Deep Creak to get to a spur in the trail that descends all the way to the top. The jumps span from 15 to 60 feet....
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    Hermit Falls

    Approximately a drive that’s about half an hour’s distance from L.A. downtown in Arcadia, there is the Hermit Falls trailhead. You’ll have to put up about a $5 cost to park in the national forest at Chantry Flats. You can go down the trail that’s shaded to the creed bed. Make certain that...
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    Matilija Falls

    A little over an hour from L.A.’s downtown area, there is Matilija Falls, and it goes by Matilija Creek. It’s a tributary that goes into the Ventura river. Just park your vehicle in the area of the dirt for parking at the tail end of the road, actually the northern part of Matilija road, in...
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    God's Bath Swimming hole

    The right point to jump is approximately 20 feet above, depending on the height of the water. By the point is a pit, and the radius is just around four feet, or so, if I remember correctly. After you jump into the pit, you can go swimming for awhile underneath a rock bridge that’s underneath the...