|Very early along on the trail|
This trail is one that prospective hikers need to do some basic and minimal planning for. Some things such as some food, drinks, first aid kit, etc should be packed because the entire hike is a little over 6 miles. The trail is also dog friendly, but hikers should keep dogs leashed and keep in mind the local wildlife. Having visited during a windy day with periodic snow flurries, the trip had an increased difficulty level from the start. However, none of the factors swayed my immediate goal of making it to the waterfalls.
|View looking back over the creek|
|Coyote walking down rocky slope|
|Northern Flicker in tree|
Some general information about the waterfall can be found at the World Waterfall Database, and this waterfall only drops around 14 feet or so, but there were 3 separate falls at the time of my visit. In my opinion this area is obviously just as much about the hike and the area around the waterfall, as the waterfall itself is just the highlight to a great day trip!
My photos are either taken with a Sony a5100 mirrorless or a Canon Eos Rebel t3i