"This hike traverses the steep eastern wall of Deep Canyon, high above the Marble Fork of the Kaweah River, to the dramatic spectacle of Marble Falls. This excursion begins by following the chained-off portion of the dirt road north, passing a side trail leading Creek Falls down to a river gauging station. Cross a wooden bridge spanning a flume operated by the Southern California Edison power company. The route follows the flume before arriving at the signed Marble Falls Trail, on which you make a right (southeast) turn.
Common madia, Chinese houses, pretty faces, brodiaei, and pink globe lilies skirt the path, along with many other wildflowers in the spring. The path rises up a few steep switchbacks, then turns north and passes through a shady woodland of cottonwoods, redbuds, and dogwoods, before reaching the first unnamed creek at .6 mile. Soon the route enters an open, sunny slope amidst chamise, yucca, and yerba santa."