Kimberley Benson

Best trip so far

It’s a tough hike; there’s no sign of water for much of the trek. But the reward is worth it- the waters here are stunning. I jumped in as soon as I saw the turquoise water. This is my favorite trip to date. If you want to cliff jump (it isn’t allowed, so do so at your own risk), hike past Beaver falls. Stay on the trail before descending the stairs to Beaver, and you’ll find a rope down on the side of the cliff, overlooking a giant pool of blue water. The water is very deep (perfect for bigger jumps), but be aware the current is also strong.