The next falls was Turtleback Falls. To get up this falls you have to climb/walk up a step side of the cliff using a big rope that someone tied down from the top to the left of the camera. You then walk over to the right, where you see the crowd standing, and then have a number of options:
1) There's a bunch of boulders in the river at the top of the falls you can play in and walk around in.
2) You can slide down the falls and into the water below. The falls are smooth enough to where you can slide down on your butt or on your belly superman-style. Both are lots of fun, each in their own way. I love natural water parks.
3) Jump into a hole at the top of the falls. It's sorta tough to see from this angle, but see that tight crowd at the top? Just to the right of the right-most girl there's a dark black hole not all that much wider than the width of your body. That's a water-filled hole about 6 feet deep. You can go straight down into it and bob up and down.. even turn over and swim to the bottom where you'll find a bunch of pebbles. After a rain when the waterfall is more intensely raging, the hole isn't very visible and you can freak people out by just mysteriously falling into the falls. Not only that, but you can lean back into an air pocket near the top and not pop back out above the water's surface. heh. From the pictures I've seen online, when there's more water like after a rain or something, the whole width of the falls is flowing water. You can slide down as if you were, well, on a turtle's back!