A grotto with hanging gardens and cascading falls, Deer Creek Falls is a 150-foot waterfall that is fed by a series of springs. It was a short walk off the main stream to reach this beautiful sight.
The hike up Clear Creek was challenging, mostly at the beginning where we had to scale both sides of a slippery rock about 30 ft. tall. As every day, the temperature would be climbing to about 105 degrees, so at the end of the hike, that tall black rock was burning hot. But the reward in between was the view above. A spectacular spring-fed waterfall!