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Went in late September 2016, it was great!. However, it was snowing at the submit and rained a lot on the way up and down. Wasn't prepared for wet weather either. Switch backs are a bit rough at first, and didnt realize how much elevation you gain either. Overall though, i'd do it again. It was fun, scenery is great.
I went on this trail last weekend and it was raining most of the time, but was not terrible at all! The dot where AllTrails starts the trail is not the actual trailhead. You can drive down further and there will be a huge open area that you can park (you will hit a big area that looks like parking and there is a wooden cross, but you can actually drive further down). I saw a couple of cars parked there so the road is bumpy but just drive slow and its not terrible. The hike was mainly a paved road and then the trail is actually short. You will see a big white sign attached to a tree at the trailhead saying that this is private land but open to the public for recreational use. There are ropes along the way to help since it can be a little muddy. Once you get to the river you can just walk along the river bank over rocks until you hit the falls! Definitely an amazing site.