Well worth a visit to this attraction which takes about 1 1/2 hours in all. Quite spectacular scenery with waterfalls and thundering water rushing down the gorge, though the visit needs to coincide with full volume of water rather than when volume is reduced by EDF. Most of the trail is not strenuous apart from the last part where there are a number of steps and a steep path. The pathway is wet in certain parts due to the dripping water from the overhead rocks, so it would not actually make any difference if the visit was on a rainy day. The path is, however, very safe with handrails where necessary and sections of wooden steps, bridges and wooden walkways on a slight incline with horizontal strips to avoid slipping. It is advised to hold the hand of young children and I would not recommend pushchairs or wheelchairs. There are several information boards along the route. I would recommend wearing suitable footwear.
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