The trail is an easy grade up to the falls, with a few remains of old growth forest along the way.
The falls were truly spectacular. The heavy snow pack and late melt this year mean that there is a lot of water coming over the falls.
The view looking down from the bridge is amazing (that's my foot you see in the photo below).
After Amanda, her friend, and the five-year old headed back down, the rest of us hiked up to the junction with the Iron Horse Trail and went another mile to the rock face used for practice by climbers.
We saw wildlife, gleaming red huckleberries and beautiful mountain views along the way.
All in all, a good, social, and relaxing hike.