I liked this hike. A 1.5 km trek in the woods with some elevation gain, the path is easy and there have been wooden stairs constructed in the past few years to assist over the steepest and roughest terrain. The is a small waterfall that is pretty but nothing spectacular. There are also the carvings in the river bed, perhaps more interesting for their placement than there actual appearance. The best part about this trip is the chance to go somewhere reflective, and see the countryside, both during the hike itself and the fairly long journey to get here. I would only add this to your itinerary if you are here for 3 or more days or you have found yourself tempted out.
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