Trying to find this was tricky. Locals were unsure where it is, or at least they did not want to say. A trail map says to take the 2nd trail, should say 3rd from the closed gate. The first hike down we went without our gear, it was raining and we wanted to scope out the location. The trail disappeared to a straight down slip & slide through the mud and rocks, grabbing for tree branches to brake. 1.5hrs later we found the falls and learned of "the correct trail". In awe of the beauty to hiked back up the correct trail (20min) to get our gear and back down again. Even in the rain these falls are jaw dropping.