Gibraltar Rock Waterfall

A seldom flowing waterfall in the Los Padres National Forest, below Gibraltar Rock, on a small tributary of Rattlesnake Canyon creek.008 YB.1waterfall117 YBThe pool at the foot of the falls.

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5 Responses to Gibraltar Rock Waterfall

  1. MERRY CHRISTMAS and thanks for your web site. Steve

  2. David Shearer says:

    Merry Christmas Jack! I continue to enjoy your descriptions of the Santa Barbara “back country.” Is that a road cut directly above the falls?

  3. bajaman says:

    Wow, spent so many years climbing and exploring the canyons in the SB foothills and never hiked down to this fall. Nice little pool at the bottom too.

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