Historical Significance · Wildflowers · Wildlife
The trail splits from the Lower Sigua Falls Trail
just before the marsh area, follows 4x4 trails, and rejoins with the Lower Sigua Falls Trail
near the tank to continue the hike toward the falls. It allows you to avoid the standing water and deep mud in the marsh, keeping your shoes dry if you are not equipped with high top, waterproof hiking shoes.
Flora & Fauna
Ferns, wildflowers, saw grass, geckos, skinks, chameleons, occasionally wild pigs
Shared By: Brent Smith