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Chose the mid rating because we did not actually get to the Falls. It is very popular and families were easily walking the rocky trail with small inclines and multiple tree roots. They carried their bathing suits so I imagine it is a popular swimming...More
We walked step falls which was a nice hike to the top. There wasn't much water their, enough you still had to navigate, but it wasn't rushing in October, but it was a blast. Its a pretty easy walk up all the rocks with only...More
This is a beautiful area. I got some great pictures and we had a fabulous time-the trail is not too difficult for most folks (small kids, seniors, and the very out of shape might have some trouble). I was really disturbed to find however that...More
These falls were MUCH better for swimming than Screw Auger, but the walk was much, much longer and steeper. What I read was that this was a 0.5 mile (one way) easy walk to the falls; it seemed a lot longer than 0.5 mile, and...More
I've been to Step Falls at high and low water. In the spring, it's an impressive series of Class VI drops with unusual access to the adjacent granite, so you can sit right next to a raging waterfall and have a picnic. Very impressive to...More
A great way to spend a day. Pack a lunch and hike to the top. Relax and enjoy. Bring a bathing suit. The water is a must! A good pair of water shoes is suggested! My kids and I went twice. They had to do...More
The parking is fairly well marked but limited in spaces, so I would recommend getting there before noon. The cost is free but they do have a donation box.
The walk in is pretty easy, a little up hill and some tree roots and rocks...More
This place was amazing beyond words! By far one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. The short hike leads you to some incredible waterfalls and natural pools, gentle enough to slide down, and cold enough to cool you off. The hike is...More