The trail has two entrances. I usually park at the far "entrance," and you will get to see a little mining history. Beautiful wild flowers and a steep switchback start the hike and once you get tot he first viewing point it levels out a little and you get a great view of water falls. If it is wet or rainy WLAK THROUGH THE PUDDLE, do not scurry around near the edge where it can be slippery and people have fallen. Be alert for mountain bicyclists. If you take the path, be cautious. Once at the falls there is a picnic bench and wading pools...watch your children. THere have been deadly accidents. This is a relatively safe trail, you just have to be smart. As you continue back on the trail, there will be options to Granite Falls, which is one of my favorite hikes. I recommend you read about the trails on-line or in a bool BEFORE you go. Be safe and have fun.
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