The Nuwati trail is really very pretty with a couple of pretty streams to cross with huge boulders and a couple of teensy waterfalls (I'd say the highest is maybe 3 ft, but the streams with all the massive rocks are gorgeous). You'll need to cross the streams walking over rocks (it's not marked here, so you may think it's the end) to get to Storyteller's at the end, and then scramble up the rock for the great view. You should really do this if you can, the view is really pretty. When we were on our way back down the Nuwati towards the Boone Fork trail, we encountered a couple who had just run back in our direction from about 50 yards ahead. They had just come across a large black bear that was sitting on the trail. They hadn't known what to do, so they were basically just waiting it out for the bear to move on. The best thing I can tell anyone who comes across a black bear is to just make a lot of noise, they don't like it and will usually take off. We walked with them, clapping our hands and yelling, which hopefully didn't bother any other people in the area, but it was neccessary at the time. Please be aware that the signs that say "you're in bear country" aren't kidding. They're there. Gorgeous hike, the Nuwati trail.