Seeley Creek Heart Rock Falls

Crestline, California

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Hike through a forest wonderland to a splendid and romantic waterfall known as Heart Rock Falls for its distinctive heart-shaped basin. Wildflowers bloom in spring, making it the best time for a visit. The pools below the falls are perfect for swimming and in warmer times make for an inviting dip, but be careful on the slippery rocks. Return via the same trail. Heart Rock will end up becoming a favorite destination, and many who visit the falls return season after season.

Seeley Creek (Heart Rock) Falls Professional Review and Guide

"Hike through a forest wonderland to a splendid and romantic waterfall known as Heart Rock Falls for its distinctive heart-shaped basin. Wildflowers bloom in spring, making it the best time for a visit. The pools below the falls are perfect for swimming and in warmer times make for an inviting dip, but be careful on the slippery rocks. Return via the same trail. Heart Rock will end up becoming a favorite destination, and many who visit the falls return season after season."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Crestline
Distance: 2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Spring and early
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: San Bernardino National Forest
Local Maps: TOPO! CD: California 9; USGS: Silverwood Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to Seeley Creek (Heart Rock) Falls

Recent Trail Reviews

11/25/2011
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Short, easy hike. Took my 4 year old and he did fine. In shade the whole way. A little tricky to find the heart in the rock. Just listen and look for the waterfall.


4/28/2011
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Fast, easy trail, with interesting waterfall formation. This trail can be very crowded though, particularly when the campground near the trailhead is in use. I like the trail more in the snow. If you're a rock-climber, just upstream of the waterfall are a couple rocks with bolt anchors at top. The routes are weak and uninteresing however, but if you're doing the hike anyway, bring a short-rope for the climb.



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May 2018