Santa Fe Falls

The falls north of Santa Fe are one of the most mysterious waterfalls in the area. Most people who have lived here for years have never seen them and don’t even know they exist, yet they are marked on old maps. Usually, you can’t see the falls, but occasionally they will run so huge that you can see them from the miles away in Delicias! We’ve heard that the property the falls are on was purchased by a foreigner who now doesn’t want tourists roaming through his land, but you can still legally hike to the falls by walking up the river from below. Good luck, and if you make it there, send me a photo for the website!

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