Open all year-long and at 2,400 feet in elevation, this trail falls beneath the typical snow line. However, spring is the best time to visit when the hillsides are green and aglow with a spectrum of blossoming trees and wildflowers. In the summer months the waterfall dries to a trickle and the vegetation turns brown and crispy. Fall and winter seasons offer moderate temperatures. Although, after a solid winter rain, the waterfall is too dangerous to cross.