More difficult, 3 miles.
The trail travels for ¼ mile through tall ponderosa pines, white fir, aspen, and mountain mahogany. The next 1/3 mile is a slow ascent after which the trail begins a series of switchbacks and rock steps to the base of the falls. Two springs can be seen cascading down steep terraced cliff walls. The falls flow year round, but they are most spectacular in early spring when they are flowing at their peak. This trail can be very busy, so start early to avoid crowds.