On the North Side of Mt Tamalpais lies a series of fresh water reservoirs. Feeding Alpine lake is a small stream with a series of waterfalls buried deep in a canyon. Getting here is half the fun driving windy mountain roads with grazing cows and sheep along the way. The canyon walls are steep and rain drenched. Little light makes it down to the bottom of these canyons even during the day. Lush ferns and moss covered rocks line this small canyon. The smell of this rain drenched forest is intoxicating. The first falls is called Cataract Falls, and is only about 1/2 mile in along the trail. Purchase this image here: Cataract Falls
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