We use this trail a couple times a year and it's absolutely gorgeous, peaceful and easily get spirituality lost in the tranquility of this trail. Multiple waterfalls, plenty of flowers to spot, wild life ranges from squirrels to fish and all in between. One warning to the wise, some areas have deep grass areas so watch for ticks, and also on a hike last week, the waterfall that opens to a large water area, red belly leech was spotted in the waters, decent size so enter at your own risk. This trail has different elevations with tree roots over the trail, some loose rocks and small wash out areas. This trail is not a good choice for those with mobility issues, back pain, knee problems etc... Great for families allowing the little ones to reconnect with nature.