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First time ever to this trail, which sits a little over 8 miles long as a loop trail.. we did took the trail counterclockwise which results in steep hiking on the way back.. fairly brutal.. bring plenty of water... the views of the waterfall is...More
You need to be in shape for this hike. Make sure you take water and bug spay! The other thing is don't take a good car it had been know that bad people will break in to cars, break the Windows. That is a must!!!...More
My son and I set off to make the hike to the falls at noon, we had heard that the shorter trail had some washed out areas so we took the longer trail. It is every bit of 4.5 miles and is up and down...More
This is an amazing day trip. It is nice all times of the year, but especially nice in the Spring when the weather is sunny and the temperatures a little cooler. There are two trails, though one is sometimes not as accessible do to overgrowth....More
Water was flowing pretty great on January 16th. We got there at 7:20am and were the first in the parking lot. There were bathrooms at the trailhead but I didn't venture into them.
Hike was scenic and shaded. It reminded me a little of the...More
My main purpose for a visit to the area was to see Feather Falls, and I wasn't disappointed! It had been raining for days before, so the falls were flowing intensely. The only issue is the trail. Since it had rained A LOT, the shorter,...More
Hike is at least a 8.2 mile round trip and is challenging. However, the trail is wonderfully maintained, wide and safe. Views and vegetation are spectacular. Feather Falls itself is something to behold and the hike is worth it. Be in decent shape to do...More
there's no straightforward answer to your question. To get to the overlook for the falls, there are two trails. The lower one (shorter, but more elevation change) and the upper one (longer, but almost flat). I've... More
there's no straightforward answer to your question. To get to the overlook for the falls, there are two trails. The lower one (shorter, but more elevation change) and the upper one (longer, but almost flat). I've seen people with a stroller on the upper one, so that should work. However I am pretty sure that you won't be able to get all the way to the overlook with the stroller, because for the last half mile (just when the two trails converge back into one) the trail because rocky, uneven and rutted - certainly inappropriate for a stroller.
Not sure if that is an option - but you could stash the stroller in the bushes where the two trails meet and carry your kid for the last half mile. Hope that works because the falls are quiet spectacular.
Enjoy the hike