Very difficult hike for the mature crowd whose members are not familiar with uphill ventures. A serpentine 1.25 hour bus ride traversing the river 3 times, leads one to the Ranger station. Begin the downward path, easily marked, tends to leave your knees slightly achy once the bottom is reached. Continues over the terrain created by the world's largest volcanic eruption in the 20th century. (1912 Novarupta). The trek ends at the most beautiful, low angled water fall rushing into the valley. After photos begin the return trip UPWARD. 1000 feet. Seemingly never ending. Once at the top, pat yourself on your back.An all day event and worth every minute. Bring your own lunch or expect to pay $16.00 for a cheap sandwich and a cup of coffee.
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