The trail follows the stream through a shallow valley for about a kilometer before starting up the side of a rocky ravine to the wall where the bridal veil waterfall tumbles into a deep green pool. Two smaller falls drop into larger pools and the bottom one has a couple of great jumping rocks and a rope swing.
The reserve is private property owned and operated by the Ecological Association of Paquera, Lepanto, Cóbano (ASEPALECO) a non-profit conservation and education organization.
The name of the reserve is often misrepresented as Morgensen or Morgenson.
Please Note: ASEPALECO requests all visitors make reservations for stays at the Cerro Escondido ecolodge and day hikes. All visitors must be accompanied by a guide. Please call 506-2650-0607 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org