cool and clear weather made the views spectacular. My girlfriend and I started late on the trail, so we did not make it to the falls. We did a round trip to the caves. The trail is very easy, although the signs are not large enough. The caves are amazing, and absolutely worth the trip. The stairway inside the cave was iced over, so I did that section alone. What the trail map and signs do not say is that there are two caves in the loop. You use one to go down, and the other to climb up. The second cave is much better, and has solar powered lights on motion sensors, so you do not need a flashlight, although I do recommend one. My advice is to ignore the last sign post. When you see the "kiosk" keep walking past it straight to the end of the open area, and there is the return part of the trail. You will follow the trail until you see the solar panel, and enter the cave there. Go through the cave until you reach the door. Now you are at the bottom of the face of the cliff, Take a look around there, and return the way you came. Don't forget to close the door to keep the critters out. With the cave entrance behind you there are some rocks to your left. You can look down into the caves from there (watch your children). It was such a beautiful spot that I proposed right there. My Fiance and I are going to make this a yearly trip.