Devil's Punchbowl in Ramona, California
May 7th, 2005

Here are some video clips from the trip - make sure you check them all out and the pictures below!

The First River Crossing - 8.3 MB
The Second River Crossing - 17.3 MB
The Third River Crossing - 8.4 MB
The Waterfall at the Devil's Punch Bowl - 1.1 MB

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We just arrived and are starting the hike

The hike is a 2.5 mile hike with a 1 mile drop in elevation from start to finish.


The beginning of the trail - The Devil's Punchbowl is AKA Cedar Creek Falls


First steps

The start of the 1 Mile descent

Rest stop

Natural beauty!

The first river we had to cross

A view downstream

A view upstream

Wildlife Porn!!
(Filmed by Alina)
;-)

If you don't want to deal with hopping rocks to get across, just take off your shoes and walk through. ;-)

View of a waterfall in the far distance

Burnt tree from the Southern California Wild Fires

The Devil's Punchbowl is in site and the waterfall is running!!

A little Poison Oak - if it's three, let it be

The Devil's Punchbowl 100 ft. waterfall

Will contemplating about jumping off

Will jumping off!
Trip Notes: The trip was awesome! Everyone had a great time. The weather was perfect for hiking. It was a little cold for chilling out at the Punchbowl, especially with the spray and mist from the waterfall. As you can see, the water was really brown. Mostly from the heavy rains we have had this year. Another interesting note is that the depth of the Punchbowl was only about 7 ft. In previous trips and word of mouth from others, we have measured the depth and found it to be 25+ feet deep. Eric had an interesting theory of why it was so shallow. It's based off of the Southern California Wild Fires and all of the debris that washed in from the heavy rains this year. Over all, the trip was a wonderful experience and an extremely fun adventure.