Surprised we had to pay for parking, but we four seniors decided to walk off our lunch, totally unaware of the long hike ahead. Signs instructed us to follow the red trail, but gave no indication of how long the walk was. Depending on your mobility, you may find a walking stick of great help. I managed to find a sturdy branch en-route which helped enormously on the very steep inclines. When we finally arrived at the falls we weren't very impressed. Pleasant enough hike to get there, but it can be difficult at times, depending on your age and fitness. A bench at the end if the trail would have been good for a rest before the hike back. Our app told us it was 3.8 miles there and back - felt longer! Toilet facilities not very good. If you go, wear sturdy shoes.
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