After we visited the birds we decided to head out for the waterfall trails. Now, trails at this reserve are not prehistoric and in their natural form; however, neither are they easy hikes. While the pathways have been carefully planned and wooden planking and railing set in place, the hike is full of stair climbing and many precarious situations. You would not want to have a free roaming toddler with you for this. The walks were amazing and it took us two separate days to get to all that we wanted to see. The exercise was wonderful and the views magnificent. We saw rushing river waters as well as the three major waterfalls in the area. Being at the higher elevations, the temperatures were just cool enough to keep us comfortable while on this hike. The trails are well built, kept up nicely and marked with information on the history of the views. Here are a few shots from that memorable experience.