The trail is easy to find and very navigable, even if you are wearing flip flops like I was (not recommended!). The falls are about 1.5 hours at an easy pace with moderate incline. Trip back is an hour. We didn't do the summit, just to the falls and back. It rained at the very end of our hike, which is good because the trail is already muddy in parts and would be tough if it was all wet. Well worth it!
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