On our way to the falls, we stopped at Epping Lookout to view the beautiful Beaver Valley. We were surprised to discover that the great environmentalist, John Muir, had actually lived for a while in this area when he was quite young. There are a few interesting plaques to read while you're there. We also made a quick stop in the tiny village of Eugenia for sandwiches to take for a picnic. A few minutes of easy walking took us to a stone wall and trail. We didn't go far, just enough to see the falls which are quite tall (30 meters). Our viewpoint was from the top and we couldn't see quite all the way to the bottom, but we were close enough. The trail to the bottom is too steep for me, but it is really beautiful at the top. We had our picnic at a table in the woods. Lovely!
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