Definitely off the beaten path (took us over 45 min to get there on mostly dirt road up the mountain) but it was definitely worth the trip! The wildlife was just off the road on the way up (moose and mule deer!) and the lodging, while rustic, appeared nice.
We hiked the 3 miles in to beautiful views of the waterfall - water levels have been low this season but it was still beautiful! Not too dangerous for the novice hiker! Then to have the restraunt open upon our return for a snack was an added bonus -
NOTE: take snacks and water on your journey!
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