We are a couple in our early 60s in pretty good shape but this hike was definitely challenging for us. We didn't realize there was an option to drive most of the way up so we walked all the way from the gate. Actually the first kilometer or so was quite pretty but then - it started to rain. And everything turn to mud. Our boots must have had two pounds of mud on each of them. It was quite treacherous because it was so slippery. The rain finally stopped and the sun came out. Fortunately it was pretty windy so we never got real hot. Once we got to the parking area, it became a real trail. It might have been pretty, but we were just slogging up and up, hoping to finally get to the end. The ground was still very wet and very slippery. But at least it knocked the mud off our shoes because it was so rocky. Most of the people we ran into considered it a fairly difficult hike. The waterfall area was nice but there's no views up there. We saw lots of birds but no monkeys. It took us about 2 hours to get to the top and about 1.25 hr to go back. By the time we got back to area that had been so muddy, it was dry and very easy to walk on. We actually enjoyed most of the hike down. I would rate it a solid 3. However, i would not do it again.
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