The third waterfall at this location is on the South Fork Tuolumne River just below the confluence with the Middle Fork. I walked down the road towards the falls from the bridge, rounded a corner, and came upon a huge landslide blocking the road. Giant boulders had crashed down onto the road. If the landslide was not there it would have been easy to continue around in front of the falls to get a top notch vantage point of the waterfall. As it was, however, I could only view the falls from the brink, it was too dangerous to try to get around the landslide. Could it have been done? Perhaps but in my view it is the same thing as wading into a raging river at the top of a 400 ft high waterfall. You are just tempting fate. Stupidity kills and we all know about the recent deaths in the last couple years at California waterfalls. This is a similar thing. What if the rocks had given way while trying to cross the slide? Off the cliff and into the river would I go. Not fun. Anyway, I do hope the forest service is able to clean up this slide. It looks like it will be a lot of work to do so.