The last time I hiked through the deep Blodgett Canyon, it was nearly 90 degrees and the sun was brutal. This time, winter was starting to creep into this ancient glacially-carved drainage. Blodgett Canyon is home to towering granite cliffs, gigantic moraine boulders, and 2 dramatic waterfalls. The falls are relatively close to one another and they are location around 5miles up the trail. The trail itself follows Blodgett Creek with its cascades and beaver ponds. The first waterfall is called Chasm Falls, and imagine this, it is a chasm. Flying the DJI Phantom 4 drone over this deep cut through the solid rock captures a scene that few (if any) have ever seen. The second falls is named Cascade Falls, and they (drumroll please) cascade a vast series of steps that covers roughly 250 yards of the streambed.
Max elevation: 5266 ft