Hidden Waterfalls of Tujunga

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Spring is the perfect time to find hidden waterfalls in the dry, high desert, Big Tujunga Canyon region of the San Gabriel Mountains in Angeles National Forest. We took advantage of these great conditions to explore Classic Canyon and Fall Creek. Although both canyons are in close proximity to each other, they face different directions and offer very different experiences.

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Looks like loads of fun and never seen someone abseiling down a waterfall before. It is handy having two very close together and as you say they were very different experiences.

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Yes, very handy and extremely fun!

extremely fun activities ! I envy you this kind of weather and obviously magnificent landscapes ;)
video was pleasant to watch, nice post-production and editing work. good job :)

amazing adventure! pure adrenaline, uncontaminated nature and a great video to look at, it is a way to be part of what you experienced thanks for sharing

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Cool place, man. I think, It must be difficult for people to find the waterfalls among those big rocks. It was great to see you having so much fun and adventure. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks for watching

Cool video. Even though the desecen from the waterfall did not look too high, it seemed risky.
I liked the panoramic shots (drone?).
Great edition.

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Thanks. Yes drone shots.

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Thanks Gene. I love to explore and find adventure wherever I can. Life is short and I'm trying to make the most of my short time here on this amazing planet.