Explorer | 51 pts
The 2.7 mile hike listed here for hike duration is a little deceiving, due to the fact that getting to the trailhead involves a real bumpy dirt road experience to reach the trailhead, as the previous reviewer identified. You can make it through in dry weather with any car, on the approach route, but be prepared for heavy washboard conditions and large stones.
Once on the trail, the trail out to Holy Jim's Falls, you will cross over the stream several times through little groves of Cottonwoods and Pines. The trail is fairly well kept up, being recently done with some markings and informational signs from a scout troop.
The Falls themselves are relaxing, and the area is abuzz with bird and insect life. The intrepid will be tempted to climb the 30+ft, up the falls to the top. This is not advisable, as the rock face is usually slick from the water and is a fairly intense Class 4 climb.
There are no facilities in the area, so be sure and stock up on water before you come.