The San Gabriel Mountains in the Angeles National Forest contain numerous canyons and waterfalls which are tucked away and hidden. A few of these waterfalls are historic and campers during the Great Hiking era visited them during their resort stays. But the familiarity of these falls have become lost to time and out of the popular knowledge, remaining only in antique postcards and written accounts. Creeks and canyons have dramatic formations with spectacular views of the interior range. Quite a number of waterfalls are seasonal cascades, but spectacular if visited during the spring or after recent rains.