We were told that if you wanted to see a great waterfall then you had to go after it rained which would have made walking up the trial very difficult. The information my mom printed off said that the hike was less than a mile up and back but it ended up being more like two miles each way. It was a great hike but the further up you went the harder it was to walk. It was pretty muddy and slippery and some of the trail was a little difficult but we all made it, including my 67 year old grandmother and two five year old girls. It was well worth the walk the whole trail was just beautiful.
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