We hiked up to the Lower Falls on a snowy Boxing Day. Advice from other reviewers about suitable footwear should be heeded as we saw many struggling with unsuitable shoes, though my climbing boots were OK as the path is mostly level or gently sloping. The Upper Falls may be a steeper route and something to save for a different season. However, the beauty of the ice made the walk a delight, all the way to the cave at the end opening on to the frozen waterfall. The walkways attached to the canyon wall make for a safe, easy trip. However, the wash-rooms at the start of the trail are best avoided.
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