I did this hike with children and a teenager. Some of the aspects that might frustrate less adventurous adults were what made this trail so exciting for them, so I recommend giving it a try if you have older children or teens. For example, the trail isn't well marked in some places but they loved scouting around for markers. I used the waterfall as a loose trail guide to make sure we didn't wander too far afield. They also enjoyed scrambling over the rocks and logs on the path so much that they didn't want to stop hiking until we reached the base of the falls, even though this adult was getting seriously exhausted! But short rest stops to dangle my feet in pools of clear mountain water while listening to the roaring waterfall reenergized me. If you have knee problems or can't hike far, you might still be able to enjoy the lower falls which are not too far from the parking lot.
Tip: there's a small parking lot at the trailhead, parking costs $5
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