Big Falls Trail is
a .3 mile trail located in Forest Falls, California that
features a waterfall and is rated as difficult.
The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible
from March until September.
The trailhead is reached by turning east off Highway 38
to Valley of the Falls Road in Forest Falls. Continue
through the community to the top end of the road. Big
Falls trailhead will be the first main parking lot on
the left, immediately before the picnic area. Walk down
the creek area about 5 minutes, then cross the wash (it
is not recommended to cross when the water flow is high
or when thunderstorms are predicted) and go up the trail
about one tenth of a mile to the waterfall overlook.
This area provides an excellent view of one of the
tallest waterfalls in southern California.
Do not hike/climb past the overlook! It is very
of the loose, slippery, and steep
Please protect our Wildlife
and Forests by removing
your trash when you leave.
San Gorgonio Wilderness
Trail is located near
Forest Falls, California and offers the chance to see
wildlife. The trail is accessible year-round.
See the link below
for more information on
for this area.
Trails of the San Gorgonio
History of the San Gorgonio
Wilderness and SGWA
Bears in the San Gorgonio
Important SGWA and Miscellaneous
Recreation Forest Visitor Map