Here are photographs of South Falls from 3 perspectives. This 177-foot high waterfall is located along the Trail of Ten Falls in Silver Falls State Park in Sublimity, Oregon. South Falls and Upper North Falls are the only trails where dogs, on leash, are allowed.
The first picture shows a distant view from the overlook trail in afternoon light.
The next photograph shows a closer view of the falls.
The last image shows a view from the top of the falls. This is a view you don’t often get at waterfalls.
South Falls is one of the places in the park where you can walk BEHIND the waterfall. You can see the trail leading behind it in my last photograph. I did not hike the trail during my recent visit, but I’m sharing a beautiful two-minute video of the trail taken by John Minar Photography. Enjoy!
12 thoughts on “South Falls from 3 perspectives: LAPC”
Thank you, John!
An excellent subject for the challenge Siobhan – I love that you could actually shoot it from behind!
Thanks, Tina! Yeah, I’ll have to make another trip there to get more photos. 🙂
Great choice for the challenge, Siobhan. Lovely spot. It’s great that you can walk behind the falls. Very unique!
Thank you, Patti. Yes, it’s great that you can walk behind the falls!
A beautiful waterfall! And a good choice for this challenge as falls do look very different from different angles. Seeing them from the top is definitely a bonus, I agree.
Thank you, Sarah. The trail goes really close to where the water plunges over the cliff. A unique experience!
Very nice pics. We enjoyed the trails in Cave Junction Oregon along with all the myriad of sites.
Thanks! Yes, I visited Cave Junction on another trip. Pretty area!
Great choice for the challenge! And lovely to hear the water in the video too! Well done.
Thanks, Ann-Christine! Yes, it was nice to hear the natural sounds in the video.