As we made our rocky steep decent towards the rushing sound of the waterfall, we saw deep blue Emerald Bay from a distance. The Eagle Falls is definitely more like a backpacking type area since you have to go thru rocks and boulders in the trail to get to the falls. Note for the ladies, the area is definitely not suitable for sandals and high-heels since having some traction in the ground and in the rocks would really help you stay your balance out there.
Probably one of the reason why we missed this place, Eagle Falls, before is because its kind of hidden. Its hard to see the falls from the road because its on the side of the mountain and with all the cars buzzing by, its hard to hear the falls from anyones cars especially when they are running. So its more like a really nice surprise for everybody when they decide to stop by to realize that there is actually a big waterfall there. The more we walked towards the raging sounds of the water, the more the falls reveal itself.
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By the way, here is a video of Eagle Falls that i took:
Here is a video of Emerald Bay overlooking the Vikingsholm Castle Island in South Lake Tahoe:
By the way, here is a video of the Kokanee Salmon Fish Spawn or Spawning in Taylor Creek at South Lake Tahoe in northern California USA: