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The route to the falls involves navigating a lot of boulders on the pathway and crossing two streams so make sure you have appropriate footwear. It took us just under 3 hours for the round trip but was well worth it as the falls are...More
The trip totals 5 miles(7,6 kilometer).. First mile is easy, the second mile is steep and rocky (didn’t do much talking here) and the last 1/2 mile to the fall is downhill.. Wear proper hiking shoes, rocks are slippery due to ice,leafs, water, mud etc.....More
We had a 9yo (not that adventurous), 14yo (very fit), 2 40's something adults and a 70yo. This was a great hike for the four of us but not for the 70yo who did not make it up. Took us 2 hours up but probably...More
We made this hike yesterday. It took us 1.5 hours in and only 1.0 out. The hike into the falls is almost entirely up-elevation and we had to ford one rather large stream which was challenging (but fun!) due to recent heavy rainfall. The rainfall...More
Went there with my 3 kids ( 5-8 of age) - who did find this trail quite challenging - it took us around 2 and half hours to climb up to the fall.
It's a non circular trail so the way back is quite boring...More
Nice little hike - very well signposted and the route is well looked after without losing its wilderness feel. It could maybe do with more parking at the trail head, as we went relatively late and still struggled to get a spot.
This is a popular trail, and no wonder. It’s not too hard of a hike, and has a reward at the end: a real waterfall! I like trails with rewards. Yes, parts are rocky and a little steep, but not as bad as the Healdville...More