To get there: head north on Highway 39 past the Coldbrook campground. Head about 2 miles past the campground on Hwy 39 and look for mile marker 34. The trailhead is located along soldier creek at the curve in the road just past mile marker 34. Park on the side of the road (An Adventure Pass is required to park.) and head north on the small trail.
You will pass two cabins (Please be respectful of the residents). As you continue on the trail you will walk past the ruins of several cabins and even walk up the steps of a destroyed cabin. The trail is a easy hike but has received some neglect and damage due to recent fires and storms. Eventually you will reach ruins of the last cabin and what appears to be the end of the trail. Head down towards the creek and cross the creek veering left.
It may take some work crossing the creek and climbing over fallen trees and up slippery rocks. The journey is somewhat easy but be very careful to avoid injury. The main annoyance were the bugs and spider webs along the creek. Just a short distance up the creek and you will see the awesome 50 foot waterfall.
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