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23 hours ago

My five year old loved the waterfall!

Great hike with the family

Love this trail. Took my kids and they had a blast on all of the water crossings. As a parent, the cliff part at the end is a little unnerving, but I would still do it again!

11 days ago

This if a great hike. The trails are all marked very well. The hike is about 50/50 shade and sun. There's plenty of places to stop and rest or stop and enjoy the water. All water crossings have cables so you can hold on and not slip. Water shoes are a must or be prepared to have soaked shoes. I brought my hammock and there were plenty of places throughout the hike to Hammie. My favorite was by the small waterfall. If you're just hiking to the overlook, I would suggest going in the fall. I went in June and couldn't see the window because of the trees.

12 days ago

This is the best it gets for 100 miles! The hike is not too strenuous. Water shoes are a must. The 18 river crossings are a blast! The hike down and up the cliffs are enough elevation to get your heart pumping. The scenery is stunning. love, love, love this hike. the trail is marked very well and the cables over thwe rivers are a great help. I will definitely be bringing friends and family to spread the joy!

12 days ago

Great little dual trail with both a fantastic view and cute little waterfall/cave exploration. Heavily trafficked, park closes at 7. We went right at 6 and hit the sweet spot for lack of crowds. Although the trail is short, the walk up to the bluffs is pretty steep.

17 days ago

18 days ago

My favorite hike so far. It's a moderate trail. I did heed advice and bring sandals to change into, but they were "knock-off" Teva type shoes and they didn't work out so well as the sole was slick (not the tread, but the part that the soles of my feet rest on) so make sure you bring quality sandals for the stream crossings. They squeaked the whole hike. Also, wear hiking boots up to the first stream (c.c. 1) then switch to the water sandals until you're done with c.c. 9 then switch back to your hikers. Then once you head back switch back to your water sandals when you get back to c.c. 9 and wear them until you cross back over c.c. 1. You'll need your hikers on the hike back up the hill. My husband and I loved this trail. Very memorable. Also as we were leaving the park, we noticed that Granny had run out of eggs. We were going to buy some but maybe next time!

great trail ends in the cool water tunnel the view from above where the trail forks is inspiring