We had a rental car and used GPS to find the parking lot. Parking space is limited but you can park off the side of the road. The pavement ends a short distance from the parking lot and the road has lots of deep potholes.
Once parked expect a hike of at least 2.5 miles just to get a view of the falls. The trail includes some very steep terrain some of which includes using a rope to pull yourself up (or let yourself down) the hills. Also there is a water crossing using a wooden log (power pole size) and a cable hand rail for balance.
Some of the terrain is very steep with some shear cliffs.
The trail also includes going through a rocky cave.
Overall the hike is enjoyable if you enjoy such a thing. One of our group decided to call it quits at the water crossing and never saw the falls.
If you have any walking or mobility problems DON'T ATTEMPT THIS.
Go to Gullfoss Waterfall instead. It is a very easy walk and it too is beautiful.
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