We went snowshoeing/hiking here. There was slightly more than a foot of snow. The trails were fairly well packed. We walked down to the waterfall. It was alright there was a decent amount of snow so maybe that took away from it a bit. There are certainly better frozen waterfalls all over Colorado but maybe not that you can was a few hundred feet from your car to. We then snowshoed up to the overlook. The trail was packed and many people walked up in just boots. We decided to use the snowshoes which was nice for the traction if nothing else. It was a quick and easy hike, perfect if you are looking for a nice little hike. Looked like if you wanted to be adventurous you could go off and make your own trail and get a bit more use out of the snowshoes. The view from the overlook was pretty but again not breathtaking.
It was perfect for an easy close way to get some fresh air but not a must see. Sounds like if you are looking for a little more the longer trails might offer some better scenery.
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