When we were in RMNP on certain trails the aspens had been desecrated by many carving their names in the trees. The sight of that made me sick to my stomach. People...sighVery accessible place, too, which is good and bad. From where you park, it's just a ten minute walk upstream. And the parking is right off the interstate, between us and Portland, so it gets flooded with tourists who were visiting Portland anyway. It's a great getaway for people who want to go put their face in a real waterfall, and I don't begrudge them. But it can get crowded, and I saw a lot of people who were dressed totally improperly, could barely scramble over the wet logs, had selfie sticks, were walking along with their music blaring on a bluetooth speaker, etc. These places are undoubtedly more magical without a lot of people in them. Still an awesome spot, though.