One of the Inland Empire’s rare accessible waterfalls is hidden near the mouth of East Etiwanda Canyon just out of sight of millions of commuters. This moderate hike to the falls follows a good dirt road all the way. The route passes through the North Etiwanda Preserve. This land was set aside in 1998 to protect some of the last remaining alluvial fan sage scrub and other sensitive plants and animals that have been displaced as cities build up to the base of the foothills. The preserve is undergoing active improvement and new trails may exist by the time you hike here.
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