Wild Boy Falls
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I have never been here…!!!
I wanna see it…..!!!!!!
name- Wild Boy Falls
height- 100’ high… so I have been told
GPS coordinates- ±32°39.352’N 105°47.373’W
flow- Wild Boy Spring just above the falls keeps a perennial trickle but summer rains and spring snow melt often creates a sensational display of grandeur.
season- April of a wet winter year and july/august of a rainy summer are the best.
accommodations- no trespassing
ownership- private subdivision… I believe it’s called “Bug Scuffle”
access- a legal hike of 2 or 3 miles, staying on public land, to a splendid vantage point viewing the falls from the southwest… is hard …but quite do-able…!!!! The west-side canyon rim immediately below the waterfall is Lincoln National forest land.
nearest town- an enormous subdivision called “Timberon” is about 6 miles east of this falls.
fun fact- I’m akinda “wild boy”…I would like to see “Wild Boy Falls”.
They tell me… that this is a fabulous waterfall… especially when it is flowing big after a summer thunderstorm… and they say, “it hangs with grapevines.”
…but look at those names on that map below…!!! WOW…!!! …Snake Canyon …Wild Boy Canyon …Wild Boy Spring and fall … and best of all… Bug Scuffle Hill …down in the lower left-hand corner of the map.
Happy waterfall hunting.
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