Here's a fine view of Spirit Falls. We saw it earlier next to this log flume. I think it's time for a field trip to see these falls.
Now that comment raised my eyebrows.
Steep, poison oak and rattle snakes.
l.e. on 14th August 2014 @ 7:21am
However, all of the above, would be better than going over the falls in a Kayak, which seems to be a favorite pass time for today's society.
No more logs and flumes.
l.e. on 14th August 2014 @ 9:07am
I'll lead...who wants to follow?
Scott Cook on 14th August 2014 @ 5:46pm
I'll follow if you are walking!!
l.e. on 15th August 2014 @ 8:25am
LE...walking yes, but it is a super steep rocky descent down a semi-loose talus-rock slope. Ready?
Scott Cook on 15th August 2014 @ 12:53pm
I am disappointed.
How come none of the other HHR crew is jumping in here for a hike.
Actually Scott....I can still get down there OK. but, it would probably take me two days to hike out of there. Maybe three.
l.e. on 16th August 2014 @ 10:23pm
Extremely rough, a slip and slide scramble rather than a hike.
Kenn on 19th March 2015 @ 9:47am
The land between the Cook-Underwood Road and the Falls is private. There is not a trail and the land owners do not appreciate those who trespass.
Anita Gahimer Crow on 22nd December 2015 @ 7:45pm
Anita Gahimer Crow......I am well acquainted with recreationists lack of respect for private property. I suspect many users of the makeshift trail were not aware it was located on private property and hopefully the word will get around that the trail is off limits for viewing the falls.
L.E. on 12th February 2016 @ 6:10am
The route to Spirit Falls is not recognizable as private property, wonder how we were expected to know. I can also see no damage to any property by the little foot traffic that has occurred.
Kenn on 12th February 2016 @ 7:43am