Gray Eagle Waterfalls is a 6.9 mile out and back trail located near Clio, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until June.
A beautiful hike with a gradual grade over an occasionally rocky path. This is NOT a wheelchair accessible trail. Good trail for hiking boots because of the terrain and the occasional creek crossings. Highly recommended!
Great trail. Despite how it's labeled it's definitely NOT wheelchair accessible. Steady grade but never exceedingly steep. Path is dirt or small rocks with occasional large rock sections (almost creek bed like). Hiking boots are recommended due to the rocky sections and a few small creek bed crossings. In and out of the sun but mostly you're walking in full sun. This trail has several offshoot options - you can go up to Long Lake or up to Smith Lake and make a loop trail out of it with the Smith Creek trail. We went toward Long lake then retraced our path back to the trailhead.