This hike can please anyone from a youngster to a seasoned hiker. Park in the upper lot if you can. If not, it's a short (1/2 mi?) stroll to the start. It takes no more than 5 minutes to hike to the first falls. There is a bridge offering great views. Light hiking shoes would be perfect for the rest of the hike. It was a bit muddy up by the second bridge. It takes about an hour to hike to the second bridge/falls. Parts are somewhat steep but not difficult at all. The path is very well marked and well traveled. The view of the falls up top was stunning and so very well worth the trek. Bring a snack to eat at the bridge. From there, I tried to make it to the lake (5mi) but after another mile or so there was snow on the path and I elected to turn around. The trek down took about 30-40 minutes-stopping to take photos. Have fun!
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