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My husband and I visited Wolf Creek Falls this past weekend with a couple of friends. The hike in was so much fun. We were the only people there and it was fantastic! A little chilly in the waterfall water, but, hey, when in Rome...We will definitely be back in early spring for some higher water levels, or maybe after monsoon waters hit. This was one of my favorite adventures thus far!
Do your self a favor. Do Kaibab trail both ways. Bright Angel is gross. Really long. Really crowded and lots more mule traffic which means lots more black puddles of mule piss.
Great trail for energetic kids, we had a 5 & 7 year old, not too far mileage wise but lots of climbing and water pools to play in. Spent several hours exploring here! It was a fantastic day and will definitely be coming back.
I would caution if you plan to go beyond the first 1/3 mile this trail is more moderate as there is lots of climbing over boulders and crossing the stream. Noticed there were some fellow hikers struggling with the terrain.