Jerry Falls

  At last, the first of Maynard Drawson's waterfalls comes into full view. He named this cascade after his hiking companion, Jerry Morey. The final approach involved scaling a 20-foot wall of decaying log debris that Drawson noted in his description:

"The first falls, Jerry Falls, is the highest at 79 feet.... it is not a sheer drop, but splashes over a convex cliff. Passage to the base off the cliff is difficult, due to jumbled loggs and debris below the plunging waters."



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