You can see these falls from the roadside, but it is worth the 0.2mi hike to the bridge which crosses them. Only then can you appreciate their magnificence. We are "almost octogenarians" and we climbed slowly but steadily, in the rain, on the paved path through the forest. It is worth taking your time to appreciate the trees and the mossy, "rainforest" undergrowth. Once on the bridge the true power of these spectacular falls becomes apparent. If you don't want a long hike back to the parking lot, go back down the way you came up. You won't be sorry you took the time and made the effort.
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