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The stream and waterfalls are amazing especially because of all the rain and snow we have been having making the water flow perfectly for some amazing pictures near the waterfalls. The trail is very rocky so I would advise to wear hiking boots NOT gym shoes. Other than the rocky trail overall it's pretty good.
it was very easy and fun! the hike itself is pretty neat.. other than the graffiti which sucks but the waterfall is pretty incredible. I would say it's sort of kid friendly but has alot of granite rocks for about 70% of the trip. then it gets easier towards the end. over all I think it's a great hike !
Great trail, nice and wide, a little rocky, perfect workout incline...went on a Sun busy but not overwhelming with other hikers. Dog friendly, may be fun for older child 9-10, not stroller friendly. Loved the falls very beautiful, the trees at the top very unique group of (looked like) aspens. The day we went was very VERY windy, that is something I would check on the weather report if we decided to do it again...as in so windy it made the hike difficult and at times and unenjoyable, but we pushed through loved the feeling of accomplishment and of course down hill and now a tail wind made the hike back to the car easypezy
Seems the conditions got better the farther I went east, with an option for actual trail, in addition to asphalt path, within a couple of miles of starting from the western end. Numerous street crossings, but still efficient and convenient to have. Could be sketchy at night.