There is a latrine near the parking area, with a pump for fresh water. There is a rim hike which goes up many stairs and is NOT suited for physically handicapped. The lower trail is mostly flat and runs a long a shallow stream with steep cliffs on both sides. There is two handicap parking places at the VERY entrance to the trail while other parking area is some ways away from the entrance to the trail. Near the back of the trail is several small trickling falls, which may have more water after a rain, but not when I was there. It is mostly shaded and a good trail to let toddlers loose with little supervision. It is a peaceful walk but had very little stimulating scenery.
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