Cedar Creek Falls Trail

Hike To Devil’s Punch Bowl

The hike to Devil’s Punch Bowl was gorgeous once you got down into the valley. Opting outside has become a new favorite hobby of mine, and it’s probably because the weather here in Southern California basically screams for you to be outside as frequently as possible.

It was crowded once we got to the falls, but I still enjoyed the scenery (and people watching opportunities). The water was freezing and even though it was hotter than Hades I didn’t feel like jumping in, wasn’t in the mood for soggy underwear.

Cedar Creek Falls Trail is an out and back trail with the Devil’s Punch Bowl as its halfway point. Trip Advisor ranks it as the number two hike for the Cleveland National Forest, which means Hubs and I will be hiking No. 1 trail sooner rather than later.

All Trails ranks the hike as moderate and strongly suggests no dogs due to the many canine deaths from the lack of no shade. This hike does require a permit.

Here are some of the photos I took from our hike this weekend. Hope you enjoy!

Cedar Creek Falls Trail

Lavender from Cedar Creek Falls Trail

the Hubs hiking Cedar Creek Falls Trail

Cedar Creek Falls Trail

Devil's Punch Bowl - Cedar Creek Falls Trail California

Devil's Punch Bowl - Cedar Creek Falls Trail California

Devil's Punch Bowl - Cedar Creek Falls Trail California

Devil's Punch Bowl - Cedar Creek Falls Trail California

This world is full of beautiful places and things, Don’t miss out on experiencing the best of the best mother nature has to offer. So go take a hike, it’s good for the soul.


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