Feather Falls are 640 feet of falling mist, set in a vertical granite gorge. The falls are located in the Plumas National Forest and are the 6th highest in the U.S.
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Feather Falls are 640 feet of falling mist, set in a vertical granite gorge.
Lush vegetation clings to outcroppings on the granite cliff, with water dropping from each ledge in small waterfalls of their own.
Indian Pinks were everywhere along the trails up to the falls.
They grow from Oregon down to central California. They're shaped like pinwheels, and have a perfect, almost fake look about them.
Water is running strong this time of year. This was a small waterfall we passed on the second trail of the loop.