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My family and I hiked to Tarzan Falls. We had three children with us, ages 5, 7, and 9. The trail was a little muddy and slippery, seeing as we had just gotten some rain from a typhoon. However, it was not as bad as...More
The hike to the falls is all downhill. Of course that means the hike back to your car is much more strenuous since it is all uphill. The trail can be muddy and slippery if there has been any rain in the last few days....More
He trail entrance is a little hard to find, but the trail is easy to follow. We went to the falls with our kids of 7 and 10. the walk to the falls was easy the one back up to the parking a little harder....More
Hiked down to the falls with my son and daughter-in-law. The trail can be confusing but many paths separate and reconnect. If you start out from the entry, you'll come to the back corner of the fenced in wind turbine. Head down the hill from...More
This is a very pleasant somewhat easy hike which gives a nice perspective on the island. The hike to the falls took about 30 minutes, and another 10 to the bottom of the big fall (the trail drops you at the top of the falls)....More
Please note that if it's raining hard that day, I suggest you do not go. The trail to the falls can get muddy in the heavy rains and it could make the hike hard. If you go on a sunny day, the hike is worth...More
We had a bit of trouble locating the start of the trail. After the supermarket Payless, go left when the road forks, by the big power plant thing. Then it'll be on the left hand side after a while (parking and a sign). We only...More
Yes, if you stick to the trail there it is not an extremely difficult hike. Just be sure to bring plenty of water as kids and adults alike might get dehydrated. Take care at the falls as some of the wet rocks can be slippery. More
Yes, if you stick to the trail there it is not an extremely difficult hike. Just be sure to bring plenty of water as kids and adults alike might get dehydrated. Take care at the falls as some of the wet rocks can be slippery.