Rattlesnake Falls, San Rafael Wilderness

Rattlesnake FallsDavidStillman.com standing beside Rattlesnake Falls deep in the Santa Barbara backcountry on a recent backpacking trip, the creek a tributary of the Wild and Scenic Sisquoc River.

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5 Responses to Rattlesnake Falls, San Rafael Wilderness

  1. Anonymous says:

    How were the pools below the confluence of Rattlesnake and Sisquoc?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful spot. i haven’t been there since 1971. Hoping to make the trip to South Fork next year. Thanks for posting this…a sacred little piece of nostalgia for me.

  3. george says:

    I still remember how cold that pool was in mid June! And on the way up to Fall Creek Falls the next day we encountered a girl lying on a rock “sunny-side up”, as my partner described her.
    The pools below at the Sisquoc that year were warm and wonderful, but it had been a wet winter.

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