Nice trail, easy to navigate. Great for dogs !! The road getting to trail was pretty tore up ... recommend using truck or suv.

Beautiful waterfall! Lots of dogs on the trail. Rough road getting there, best getting there with truck, Jeep or SUV.

One of my favorite hikes! If you are stationed at Beale, go out the Grass Valley gate and you will be there within 20 minutes. We have hiked this different times of the day and it’s always been great. Remember to put the chain back on the fence when you cross into the field!

Beautiful hike, took the whole family 2 hours to complete but worth it. We stopped and had a picnic by the waterfall.

Nice easy hike with a lovely waterfall. You can climb down to swim by the waterfall - perfect for swimming and a life saver considering we hiked on a day where temps reached 110! Well marked trail but getting to the trailhead was difficult. No signs and all directions we found online led us to wrong places. You have to also go on an paved road for quite some time to get to trailhead.

What a nice hike to do during winter or spring. When all the hills are green and beautiful. Waterfalls are great. It is too bad that some people ruin the natural beauty with graffiti. The hike is easy and the trails are well marked. Highly recommend this day hike!

If you are coming from the west then take Spenceville Road to Camp Far West Road, then on to Long Ravine Road. Unless you are affiliated with the military, you cannot simply take Spenceville Road the whole way. Beale Air Force base gate will keep you from proceeding.

nice hike cool road to get to hike no bathrooms at trail head wheatland is the last place we stopped there befor we went trail is not to muddy hills ar green lots of water flowing about 4 little waterfalls after the big one

Always a beautiful and peaceful hike. It is nice to see there are signs now showing the way. I was disappointed to see that some jerks went and spray painted all over the rocks down by the waterfall. Why!?!? Seriously!

Rough road to the trailhead. Truck/SUV advised.

Well maintained trails. Pretty views but it gets crowded sometimes.

The directions provided by this app are wrong. Led us to a closed gate which is private property. We were lucky and a lady was exiting her property and gave us the proper directions.. if you’re driving East you need to take Waldo road over the green bridge and keep to the left (Spencerville Road), the trail head is at the end of the road. if you’re coming from the East take a right on Spencerville Road. Otherwise the trail was awesome and the waterfall is amazing

Pretty easy trail with multiple paths. This is my go to trail because it’s close to town.

A lot of fun, but the long, long road to the trailhead was brutal on our car. Definitely be careful if you're not coming in a pickup.

Gate closed. Could not access

so pretty, so hot but once you make it to the waterfalls it's worth it. the dogs did awesome, but don't forget water bowls them for the time on the trail!

Great long but not too long hike to a pretty good water fall, with a great swim hole at the bottom of the falls!! Beware of a long rough dirt road to get to the trail head. Bring more water than you think you'll need. And pack a good lunch or lots of hearty snacks. Totally worth planning on spending the day there!! Swim, or splash around in the creek above the falls. Nice little calm areas for kids to swim up the creek at above the falls. Dog friendly. A great day!!

Started the late in the day . Temps were I've 100 that day . The falls were beautiful and was able to get to the bottom of them to cool off before hiking back.

The falls are amazing...had an awesome experience...

residents had road blocked off :(

Beautiful waterfall ❤️ The second half is so much better than the first half.

I"m giving it three stars because most of the trail is an access road for emergency vehicles. We started a 9am in 90 degree heat, it wasn't that difficult and we met only one other group on the way out. The drive in from Camp Far West is over an unmaintained gravel road with plenty of pot holes and washboard. Great place to wreck the alignment on a Kia or Focus. The water was great for swimming. I would recommend this if you are less than an hour's drive from the trail head, otherwise there are more scenic trails near to you. We enjoyed it, won't go back.

Nicely maintained trail.

We made the unfortunate choice to hike here starting too late in the day... 11am start. There is very little shade and few options to get into the creek until you are about half a mile from the falls. There are some moderately steep spots, which weren't bad but in the heat seemed mountainous. The falls were very pretty and the pool below them looked inviting but it was a steep climb down to them and back up to get out. Having our dog, we didn't venture down there. We ended up going back to the little pool that we first came to and sat there for awhile to cool down before hiking out. The pool is shallow (an adult can touch the bottom) and felt so refreshing. Beware... there are little fish in this pool that will give you a test-taste. Doesn't hurt but it startled us. :0)

My advice: plan to start hiking by 8am. Take plenty of water. Don't stay too long or stay til dusk because 100 degrees hiking out feels like 150. Please, if you take your dog, make SURE they are wearing booties!!!!! The ground is too hot, there is not much shade, and the stickers and fox tails are abundant. We did not and should have (and usually do) known better. We ended up tearing up a shirt and wrapping her feet.

All in all it's a pretty trail. But maybe best saved for a 90 degree max day.

nice hike, swimming next to falls was so nice and refreshing!

The waterfalls were awesome. Swimming in the creek was fantastic. I recommend taking the single track to the left if you are hiking.

An awesome hike! The falls are worth a swim!

Hi guys!
I hiked this in 100+ degrees with a backpack full of 32 oz waters and beer. IT IS POSSIBLE but it is harsh, not a lot of shade, hot dry and then all of a sudden just when you think you can't make it any longer you hear water. There's the bridge you go over once you park and go to the right to start the trail, then after about 20 minutes there is a Y....I would reccomend to go RIGHT, it's more shade and along the river I didn't realize it until I was coming back. I went LEFT at the Y and didn't get a chance to see the lower falls and ended up straight at the upper falls, where I jumped the 90ft waterfall. I would advise against it especially for inexperienced cliff jumpers. So, after jumping I immediately wanted to go home because my body was in shock. If I would have went right at the Y I would have had a chance to explore before the upper falls but the LEFT at the Y will take you on a dry skinny trail with no "view" like everyone says and no river access until you reach the top. Have fun you guys and make sure not to miss the spenceville turn from camp far west like I did!!!!

This is a great trail for the family! I recommend starting very early as a majority of the trail is exposed. Bring your swimsuit and water shoes, if you plan on going during the summer months. We took a refreshing dip in a swimming pool down below the lower Falls. Some of the trail is made up of dirt roads and some of it drops to a single person trail. We saw beautiful scenery and enjoyed every minute of it. We will definitely be coming back again. The only downside is the car ride getting to the trail head is extremely bumpy and must be driven extremely slow.

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