A more vertigo-inducing perch could not be imagined!
Walk out onto a projecting rockface and...look...down! Don't by any means do this if you suffer vertigo, as I do — it is a very, very long drop!! My friend had no trouble setting up his tripod at the edge, but when I looked left, then right over the precipice I had to crouch down and crawl back to safety — it is that scary! Only a trickle of water flowing in the extended autumnal dry; Conglomerate and nearby Bryces Falls require good, sustained rains — during the Spring snowmelt would be the best time to see both falls, access permitting. Do not let go of children anywhere along the cliff-line.
NOTE: The road from Licola ***is not*** 4WD, but should be driven slowly because of corrugations (in dry weather), and potholes and slippery surface in wet weather. The road is seasonally closed from winter to mid-Spring as heavy snow falls at this quite high location.
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