Upper Haflin Creek Falls
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The upper falls provide one good pitch of steep ice that is a little longer and harder than the Lower Haflin Creek Falls. It is necessary to rappel in from trees to reach the route. Be able to climb out or be prepared for a not-so-fun hike down the canyon.
Follow the trail from the parking area for about 5 minutes to a small building where the trail forks. Take the left fork and switchback up the hill for awhile. Eventually the trail leads into Haflin Canyon. The upper falls become visible on the right. (A little over 2 miles).
Doug leading Upper Haflin.
Upper Haflin - January 14, 2011.
Me and Rob on Upper Haflin.
|Comments on Upper Haflin Creek Falls
From: CO / NM
Jan 8, 2012
Not formed as of today, 1/8/12. Surprisingly, a lot of ice considering the warm temps. Probably about 12 feet gap from top to bottom. Plenty of flow, however, so if the colder temps come, maybe it'll connect this year.