Tokopah Valley Trail to Tokopah Falls is a 3.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sequoia National Park, California that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until November.
Like Yosemite Valley, Tokopah Valley was shaped by a glacier. This trail leads you under the canopy of pines and firs as you pass an occasional meadow and creek-crossings with a rewarding waterfall at the end.
I've done this short jaunt a few times and it's always a real nice walk. Follows the Marble fork the whole way. Best in early June like all the Sierra waterfalls. Definitely easy and kid friendly.
Awesome little trail.
Quite amazing when the morning sun hits the southern rock wall.
Nice hike, very scenic. No water at the falls though so I'll have to go back earlier on in the summer to catch that view. Easy hike, some incline here n there but very manageable. Jagged rocks near the end make it interesting!
Pretty Easy trail, kinda cool climbing through big boulders near the end. Falls is ok, not the easiest to photograph if that's one of the reasons your doing it
Did this hike on Mother's day with my wife and kids. Easy hike (my 6 year old completed it easily) but beautiful views. This is a great, easy, scenic hike for the whole family.
Very nice, easy hike. Did this on 6/25 and it was very crowded but, well worth it. Even though the falls were really crowded there were many quiet spots to stop along the river and swim or just stick your feet in. There were ladybugs all over, lots of butterflies, tons of gorgeous flowers, and a few marmots. Spectacular views for such an easy hike.