ChilnualnaFalls, Yosemite National Park , May 2004. About 210 feet high. This is a difficult 8.6...The second waterfallThe first waterfallPrevious Photo Pool, log and granite boulders, in a narrow section of Chilnualna Creek Next Photo...Previous Photo ChilnualnaFalls in late summer, seen from the top of the cliffs opposite Next Photo...Chilnualna Lower Falls, Yosemite National Park , May 2004. About 40 feet high. MAX5Photographs of the ChilnualnaFalls Trail, Yosemite National ParkMy Dad on the stretch of trail leading up to the top of the third ChilnualnaFalls. There was still...Previous Photo Steps on the ChilnualnaFalls Trail, ascending the cliffs on the north side of the...Chilnualna Cascades, Yosemite National Park , May 2004. About 15 feet high. These cascades are...The parents on the trail beyond the 2nd waterfallThe first waterfallWawona DomeGranite steps climbing past the first waterfallThe first waterfallPrevious Photo Edge of the granite cliffs next to ChilnualnaFalls - view north Next Photo...ChilnualnaFalls, Wawona. Yosemite National Park, California, USA. - Rate this image - 10 - Perfect...Popular ArticlesThe fourth ChilnualnaFallsLooking upstream towards the fourth ChilnualnaFallsWe had to be careful not to get too close to the edge of the slippery granite here to get a better...Looking towards the top of the third ChilnualnaFallsLooking over the lip of the third waterfallFrom the car park (see directions below), we had to walk back towards the ChilnualnaFalls Road then...Previous Photo Chilnualna Creek, above the falls - view southwest towards the Merced River valley...Eventually, the trail started to bend, and that was when we started to notice other Chilnualna Creek...Photographs of the ChilnualnaFalls Trail, Yosemite National ParkThe author and his horse, Crackers, take a rest near the base of ChilnualnaFalls.