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Hiking to the base of the Falls can be a bit daunting, especially for the very young and those up in years. But if you can make it to the end of the trail, the waterfall is beautiful. Wear good hiking shoes and know the...More
Just past the Mt Princeton Campground on the right as you head toward St. Elmo. There's a parking lot with some information signs, but it's a little bit confusing. Take the trail that starts right next to the Agnes Vaille sign. The trail splits after...More
This was a return visit from years ago. We liked it and had no problem finding the path or way forward to the falls. A sign is posted warning of danger beyond the main trail to see the fall. We carefully made our way to...More
My best friend lives close to the Falls, it was always a tradition to go hike to the fall every year when I would go out to visit, Since the rock slide we have not been able to hike to the falls. It is a...More
We tried this yesterday, having checked a guidebook that I will not name and found it described as "easy" with a 400-foot elevation gain on a 1.2-mile round trip. The first three quarters were indeed easy, as advertised, subject only to the usual caveats about...More
Nice little hike up to the falls. spend a little time and enjoy it. We packed a lunch and ate near the falls. Nice drive back up into here but worth it. the falls are named after an early Coloradoan explorer, that was a woman....More
Took our kids ages 8 and 9 on this hike. Beautiful views and great scenery. Kids found the length perfect and held their interest the whole time. You gain a fair amount of elevation, so adults feel they are getting a bit of a workout...More