There are two ways to reach the falls from the trailhead, via the horse trail or along the creek. The trail along the creek is steep and rocky and should not be attempted if you aren't prepared to scramble across large rocks along the creek. The horse trail route is a slower and steadier descent, much easier on the knees. Hiking boots are recommended for both routes. The trail continues past the falls and can be used to access the Warner Valley via the Pacific Crest Trail.
Trail description, directions, photos and maps are courtesy of The National Park Service. The NPS home page is www.nps.gov
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