We did the walk in the pouring rain and while we couldn't take as many pictures as we would have, it was still a wonderful hike in a west coast rainforest. The rapids themselves were hard to really see well but the hike along the lower water areas were beautiful. The walk itself had many different terrains from the rainforest look to a more tundra type of terrain. You felt like you were walking on two different hikes. Very well conditioned trail and we saw 3 joggers even in the wet conditions. Not a tough hike at all but long enough that someone with limited endurance or mobility would definitely be quite challenged.
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