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We visited the falls in early Friday afternoon. Enjoying the 35 minute hike up. This is a trail that can be a bit slippery with some rocks & tree roots to go over.Wearing running shoes makes it a bit easier to get good traction going...More
great morning hike up to the waterfall. track is a little slick and has some uneven steps over bamboo and rocks. worth the trip. got to enjoy all to myself and it was nice just me my camera and nature.
This walk to the falls is not for the out of shape or those with a heart condition.
It’s a long , uphill trudge occasionally over logs, rocks and such.
It took us about 35 minutes to get to the falls and slightly over half...More
First use the toilet and make sure you wear proper shoes because there is no pit stop once you start the hike and it is a real nature hike, even though at some places bamboos have been inserted to form steps. The waterfall is located...More
Don't get fooled by the natural path on the right near the start--stay on the cement one. It's an easy hike, but somewhat muggy throughout. The falls are spectacular, and you can "soak" in the pools under the main waterfall one. Be aware that your...More
Not too far from downtown. About 1.2 mile trek on well marked trail. There are some steep and slippery inclines. Wear sneakers or climbing shoes. The waterfall is spectacular and a welcome reprieve from the heat and humidity. It was about 20 degrees Fahrenheit cooler...More
We took our 2 young grandsons on the walk to the waterfall - around 3 kms return. The track is good in most parts and is quite steep as well, but both boys (aged 7 and 3 years) handled it with ease. The reward is...More
As we had a car, we drove there by ourselves. Road is sign posted mostly. Parked at the visitor centre then walked up the 1.4k trail. Slippery at parts (broke my flip flops) but easy enough to get to the waterfall. Once there we got...More