Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun
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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Eaton Canyon Trail and Eaton Canyon Falls, in Altadena, are among Los Angeles County’s most popular hiking spots.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Hikers climb to the bottom of Tangerine Falls, on the west fork of Cold Springs Trail in the Santa Ynez Mountains above Montecito on March 9, 2017.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Bryanna Berry of Santa Barbara wades across Mission Creek on her climb to Seven Falls and pools that are full from winter rains in lower Mission Canyon above Santa Barbara on March 7, 2017.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Jim Hammock of Santa Barbara makes one of several creek crossings on the west fork of the Cold Springs Trail to Tangerine Falls in the Santa Ynez Mountains above Montecito on March 9, 2017.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Karen Stufkosky of Santa Rosa, Calif., climbs the rocky trail to Tangerine Falls. The trail head is located near 824 East Mountain Drive in Montecito and is a 2.4-mile, moderately trafficked out-and-back trail. It’s described as an adventurous rock-hopping trail, not for the faint of heart.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

San Antonio Falls is the endpoint of a 1.2-mile hiking trail that begins near the village of Mt. Baldy, about an hour’s drive east of downtown Los Angeles.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

San Antonio Falls is the endpoint of a 1.2-mile hiking trail that begins near the village of Mt. Baldy, about an hour’s drive east of downtown Los Angeles.

 (Christopher Reynolds / Los Angeles Times)
Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Lauren Vukicevich and Michael Sallstrom of Sonoma climb the rocky hillsides along the pools of Seven Falls in Mission Creek.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Hikers check out Tangerine Falls.

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Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

Bryanna Berry of Santa Barbara swims in one of the lower pools at the bottom of Seven Falls in Mission Creek.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

A visitor jumps into one of the pools of Seven Falls in Mission Creek.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

From Chantry Flats above Arcadia, a 1.8-mile trail leads to Sturtevant Falls, a 75-foot cascade that’s especially strong this spring. Hiker Jenny Dell of Scottsdale, Ariz., cohost with Troy Johnson of the Big Ten Network series “Campus Eats," was rock-hopping.

 (Christopher Reynolds / Los Angeles Times)
Waterfalls, rafting and more water fun

San Antonio Falls is the endpoint of a 1.2-mile hiking trail that begins near the village of Mt. Baldy, about an hour’s drive east of downtown Los Angeles.

 (Christopher Reynolds / Los Angeles Times)
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