Falls were stunning but we have had some recent rainfall. One creek crossing that was a little sketchy but other than that trail was very smooth. Trail is well marked. When you need to fork left you will see blue markings on the tree and clear trail left towards the creek where you will cross over. Take your time as the rocks can be slick and spaced apart and you shouldn't get your feet wet. I would rate these falls as one of the top I've hiked to yet based on the falls alone. Plenty of space and rocks to sit and take in the view and have a picnic lunch. Took about 2 hours, and that was taking our time and hanging out awhile at the falls. It was in the 30's today and we only ran into one set of hikers on the way in so pretty much had the trail and falls to ourselves.
short but enjoyable hike. if you're feeling adventurous you can climb up the right side of the falls up the hill. me andy brother got pretty close to the top of the ridge before deciding to head back down. just be weary on your way down, lots of loose rock and dirt. recommend you keep a low center of gravity and try to slide on your butt of applicable
One of the best Falls I have seen so far.