Explorer | 50 pts
Left Saturday morning, and returned Sunday morning. Obtained parking permit and campfire permit at clear creek ranger station. Overall, good trip. Although not much water in the creeks on the way down, there was some at the campsite (although not much). Saw lots of wildlife (deer, squirrels, etc). Also, came across fresh bear tracks (but did not see a bear). Stayed one night and did not see any other people. Sign in sheet at trail head only showed three groups descending the trail in the last week. Took about 1 hour 40 minutes each way. Great weather and the bugs weren't too bad either. The trail to the waterfall is overgrown with too much brush to pass. Since the water was low, we ended up rock hopping in the creek to get there(which is where we found the bear tracks). It is a moderate hike and can easily be done as a day trip for experienced hikers.