My daughter and I did a three day backpacking trip to the park and it was fantastic! I was amazed with the variety of scenery and wildlife. There are a number of great hiking trails and we ended up hiking over 25 miles during our trip.
You should definitely check out Gorman Falls but be forewarned that the last 1/4 mile of the trail is very steep and is mostly rocks. If you have any physical limitations I do not recommend trying to navigate all the way down to the falls.
The visitor’s center staff was very helpful and they have a good supply of potable water.
The one area for improvement is trail marking. Some areas have great signage and the trails are well marked while in other areas they are not. They also use a color coding scheme to mark trails but I never found a key anywhere as to which trail was which color. That would have been helpful.
One last thing, during all of our hiking we saw exactly five other people so if you like solitude, this is the place for you.
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