To see what can be done, come on a Sunday when local teens show how to scale the canyon wall and dive 60 feet from the side of the lower falls, plus how to get under the falls from the pool. To view the upper falls together with the lower falls, take a branch off the path to the upper falls. You need to be willing to go up and down ropes to get between the lower and upper falls. My favorite time of day is to arrive around 11, when the pool area is sunlit and not crowded. Because the lower falls have not worn down the rock, the 75-foot falls hit a variety of small ledges on the way down, providing a modestly diffuse shower that's delightful to swim under. The path to the lower falls goes along the river at water level at the start and finish, but in the middle heads up a few feet for a more trouble-free trail. For those not up to a careful hike to the falls, a short walk from the road leads to a lower cascade and pools that are great for a cool picnic and a dip.
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