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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Great place pleas come prepared with water, some snacks come in comfortable clothe and shoes. I Didn't need sunscreen nor bug repellant.

hiking
rocky
washed out
2 months ago

The cave is worth visiting. Kinda questionable stairs but worth the risk. Just hold on to the railings well.

hiking
5 months ago

beautiful waterfalls and well worth the trip

hiking
washed out
6 months ago

The day we visited the waterfall happened to be minutes after a torrential downpour in the area. Many nearby roads were closed due to excess water. This day, we made it to the falls just as an emergency evacuation was taking place, aiding approximately 4 stranded hikers near the top of the falls. The falls were completely swollen with massive amounts of rushing water. Everything we witnessed was completely out of the ordinary, and entirely amazing. What we could access, was an incredible sight. Be safe. Plan your trip, and always check the weather.

Short paved trail to two amazing swimming holes beneath fabulous 30' waterfalls.

Post Maria the trail is partially cleared, hence why we couldnt finish the loop and had to hike back the same way. Cave is clean and nice.

No park authorities or parking fee. Signs to cave are easy to follow. Not touristy or busy on a Sunday afternoon. I was the only one in the cave. Don't forget your flashlight/headlamp. Not difficult. I think this could be labeled "easy." Very beautiful just too short.

Family hike to amazing cave. Trail is closed due to down trees but passable with a lot of effort.

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
7 months ago