Bear Creek Falls and Traverse Creek Falls. Probably the slowest 2.6 miles ever. We made an attempt to avoid planting our faces against rocks and landing on our bums by taking our sweet time navigating through this hike. Both of us managed to get ourselves wet. At one point, I used my face as a third climbing point on a rock, saving me from a fall. Spiffy.
I was wearing a pair of Ozark boots from Walmart, REI silk sock liners and DarnTough hiking socks. Awesome combination. Even with wet feet, I was still a happy hiker. I managed to walk away from this hike without any rashes from Poison Oak, but both of us banged up our knees and shins. The TAD Gear merino wool base layer was also great. When wool gets wet, it still keeps you warm.
Lots of scrambling, crawling and jumping. It was a good hike.