The trail starts from the parking area and heads north on the west side of the stream. At first it stays on the bench above the stream and doesn't go to the streambank until the first pool and waterfall.
After the waterfall, the trail once again departs from the streambank, but not for long. Soon it returns to the stream and crosses the stream to the other side.
Each stream crossing could be done by hopping from rock to rock. We didn't need to get our feet wet at all. From this point on, the trail is basically the streambed.
The highlight of the hike is when both rock walls squeeze in close, forming a waterfall. At this point, there are steps cut up the side of one of the walls and a rope for those who want to continue.