My family and I hiked on the Thimbleberry Trail on a Monday afternoon. My 3 kids are ages 4, 6 and 8. They loved the different bridges and they felt as if they were on a mission to find the different signs. We stopped and threw rocks in old quarry and at the river bottom to play in the sand a bit since water was low. We stopped at the falls earlier which was a bit busier with people but shared this trail with no one. I’d say we were on it for more than an hour by ourselves with our stops. Great fun and we’ll try to return. PS, there is a rope tied to a tree in the old quarry, I bet it’s a blast but we didn’t have swimming suits along.