We went in April and the snow covered the walkway about 3' high so you need to make sure you have good shoes to walk in snow. There are two trails to the falls and we took the lower trail which was a little easier to walk on without good shoes. I couldn't go too far on the top trail before i started slipping. Although the falls was frozen on top, the water was running under the ice so the river was running and the scenery was beautiful.
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