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hiking
2 days ago

Beautiful! Our favorite part of our Oregon coast trip. Even in the middle of winter it was colorful and alive. Very easy. Got a little crowded on the way out so go early. Easy for any age. Don't turn around before you get to the end! We almost missed the last waterfall because we weren't sure if we had already passed it. There are multiple cool areas and waterfalls along the trail.

hiking
3 days ago

Trail is in great condition and is snow-free all the way to the summit.

Very easy trail that is heavily trafficked. Use caution in the road in as it’s very narrow with tight corners. Saw younger children using the trail with ease. beautiful view!!!

Very beautiful hike! Slippery but a lot of water in the winter. I love waterfalls!

The trail was quiet and beautiful. Because it’s winter most trees are dead but there’s still so much green. The trail is fairly slippery because of the mud, and is difficult on the way down because of the steepness. But the hike is quick and beautiful and the waterfalls are AMAZING. A bit of a workout on the way up, not too bad. The drive does have a lot of pot holes, but to me, worth it.

Nice easy terrain. Wonderful feel to it.

Amazing hike and waterfalls! Easy to get to and well maintained trail.

Good short trail with lots of moss. Can get down close to the waterfall which is pretty neat. 2 hour drive from Portland

Awesome falls! And very cool hike to get to them with vertical rock walls and huge trees. The falls themselves are gorgeous and has a huge area to explore to get that perfect photo :)

Easy hike with interesting bits throughout. Worth the trip.

reopened as of 12/15/17 new maintence visible on trail and a secured a hillside. Nice hike, downhill to the falls and uphill back. moderate incline/decline w some flat walking. bridge across creek to access falls.

Getting to trailhead requires several miles of driving on one-lane gravel road 10-20 mph with a number of deep potholes. Sedan and van drivers might be less comfortable along the way when compared to high-profile SUVs. Visible “Niagara Falls trail” signs mark route from US101 to parking area.

350-foot of elevation drop on the 1-mile trail to the two falls and rise on the return hike may be challenging for anyone not in good physical shape. Anyone with fear of heights or small children may want to avoid this trail as steep drop-offs along parts of the trail exist. The trail itself is laid out and maintained well.

The two waterfalls are beautiful and won’t disappoint. Very quiet and secluded.

hiking
1 month ago

Trail is CLOSED. 12/9/2017

hiking
1 month ago

I’ve always enjoyed this trail! Love it even more now that I’m retired since I can go when everyone else is in school and/or working... my dogs are not bothered by the grates. Summer hikes are great with grandkids as we can play in the creek. Dogs love that part, too, but don’t seem to care about the season.

This hike is gorgeous!!❤️

This trail is amazing! From beginning to end it was beautiful, well maintained and every corner had a stunning river view. It was raining when we went and I'd do it again. But can't wait for a partly sunny day for more photography opportunities.
Easy trail as advertised. :)

hiking
1 month ago

Quiet trail with rushing waterfalls. A well maintained path with a nice viewpoint at the end.

I was a bit disappointed with this small walk. Yawn. I suppose it had history to it but all I saw was a short maintained trail with boards telling you what used to be.

hiking
1 month ago

What a beautiful and very easy trail to hike. Its awesome because the falls are there with you the whole hike, pretty much. The most fun I have had ever! Saw a gigantic salamander. So much fun! My 8 month old son was on my husbands back in the back pack! just loved it! :)

Beautiful trees on the short loop from the end of the road. Several benches to rest on, but at this time of year too damp. Many roots require close attention when walking.

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