Pathfinder | 90 pts
The actual falls get 5 stars, as well as the stream the way it carves its way down.
The trail is a bit over-groomed, its more like a National Park boardwalk (made of pea gravel) than a trail. They should pave it an make it even more accessible if they are going to go this far. They want all dogs on leashes and want you to pick up after them. We are in the woods right? I am all for picking up around the neighborhood and in public parks etc, but this is the woods, does someone pick up after the bears, deer, elk, moose or horses?
Leaving my personal opinions out this is a great trail for little ones both in difficulty and distance with plenty of rest places along the way and some very impressive falls at the end. It is a downhill first hike so be prepared to do the hard work on the way home.This is not the back country as houses from the Yellowstone Club poke out through the trees even as your gazing over the falls.