What a unique hike. We accessed Enloe Creek trailhead and proceeded up a "locals only" trail that crossed 3 small streams. Ascent was steady for 1.9 miles up to the ridge. Basically non-eventful (some old growth trees along the way) and the descent was about 1 mile on a narrow bridal trail to one of the most primitive and awesome creeks I have experienced. Huge boulders, uncountable cascades, azure water, swimming holes to die for...one person did during a stream crossing-hence the bridge to the campground. Fly-fishing produced some small brookies accessed by boulder hopping-no trails. I will be back!