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8/7/19 The beginning of the trail is very confusing and hard to find. You park in a parking lot right before a private driveway and have to walk through the brush on the right hand side of driveway to start. The first .3 of a mile you are walking around the persons house, trying to not cause trespassing. Once you get to the bridge it is smooth but after the first turn around 1.2 miles in it is very overgrown and had to weedwack my entire time to the ridge. The ridge is not a good view, you really don’t see anything special. Once you past the ridge it gets even worst, more weedwacking and unclear signs. Eventually you get to the silver blazers that the trail instructions talk about and again somewhat good walking. The waterfall unfortunately is not very picturesque and no real places to relax before the trek back. We did not do the loop of this trail we came back the same way we walked, the loop extra pack was to overgrown and you could easily get lost if you don’t pay enough attention. Also, while walking we counted 8 counts of bear poop all decently fresh so if you do do this trail be on the lookout for bears.