The most disasterous trail I've ever seen. After dodging 30+ fallen trees in 2.5 miles, we found the falls. No way to cross the slick rock without falling, which me and the wife proceeded to do in style. Trudging back for 3 hours, dodging all the tree falls again, we finally got back to the trail head. Can't believe the forest service let's people go onto this trail knowing it is in such severe, hazardous disrepair. Not a hike, it's an odyssey.