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All of the bridges were washed out, but we were able to complete the loop. There was one place where there were no fallen logs and we had to cross through the creek (the stream was pretty wide at this point so the current wasn't dangerously strong). Bring a microfiber towel and a sense of adventure if you plan to do the full loop!
Fantastic trail. Beautiful views and the sound of the rushing creek was incredible. This was a fairly easy hike, just the right amount of challenge. Not to mention the Limestone Kilns were fascinating to look at. I would recommend doing it when the rainy season isn't so bad. The trail is fairly damaged from the storm. Out of the 5 foot bridges, 3 of them were washed out and I did get soaked crossing them. Worth it to me though. Added another level of challenge to it. As well as the trail at the very last spot of the loop at the end of the hike was completely washed away from the waterfall. It was extremely difficult to pass, so it is probably best to come back when it is dryer. I WILL be back to do this hike again.