Great hike! Lots of creek crossing which keeps the kids interested.

1 month ago

Decently short trail that's mostly just walking. There's a slight incline to the hike that crosses the river twice, once right at the beginning and one near the waterfall. If you want the easy cross, bring some waterproof boots; otherwise the crossing can be tricky, especially for older or less mobile individuals. The waterfall at the end is a nice treat but at least on the day we visited there were quite a few people along the trail.

Distance: Easy
Elevation: Easy
Technical: Easy-Medium
Crowd: Moderate

1 month ago

Really easy hike with an amazing path.

Beauty plus. Bring good shoes or slip and slide after rains.

Went hear after a big rainfall in January and couldn't have asked for a better hike. The waterfall trail is short but you can easily hit another loop in the valley and keep going to get a bigger hike in.

2 months ago

Short, easy hike to a beautiful waterfall. There was plenty of parking when we arrived at 10am. Make sure you wear waterproof shoes! The trail crosses the creek a couple times.

If you're looking for a much longer, strenuous hike, you can do the trail that connects to Big Rock Ridge Road. It was totally empty, but probably had a climb of 2000 feet.

2 months ago

Nice easy hike. Definitely go after some rain fall to see the water fall.

Beautiful trail! Hiked the trails with my kids and they loved it.

My new favorite spot...great flat walk through lush trees and stream waters. The waterfall at the end is gorgeous and a great spot for meditation with nature!

4 months ago

Went recently. There was no water falling. I assume that the summer and recent drought are to blame. Beautiful hike.