We just finished this hike, the first segment is fairly easy if it's dry, it climbs up about 700 feet but it's not too bad. I like hiking and I'm in average shape and I thought it was fairly easy and worth the view of the beach. as we passed the beach and made our way to the falls it started raining, if I knew what was ahead I would have turned around because it was incredible muddy, slippery and quite treacherous. On a dry this would be fine, but we literally hiked through miles of muddy water, and as the rain poured down we had a very difficult time crossing the river on the way back as the rocks were extremely slippery. I slipped several times. the falls were beautiful, but not worth risking injuring yourself if it is raining. Be very careful, I brought hiking boots and changed into water shoes but even in water shoes it was very slippery.
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