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The falls were an amazing walk through the bush. I did this on a very miserable day but it did not dampen the experience. The falls were awesome. It was incredibly windy half way when you walked across the straight without the bush.
An excellent walk to do on a cold winters day. The view from the boardwalk section of Mt Ruapehu was amazing. Couldn't get too close to the waterfall as I was worried about slipping in the river, but an impressive sight from the end of...More
Me and my husband came across this walk in the lonely planet. Need about 1-2 hours to have a nice stroll up. Some of the inclines make you feel like you are working but not bad at all. The views make everything worth it. You...More
The weather was ideal for a walk. Not too cold. It had been wet but the track was not too muddy. The first 15 minutes or so is quite a challenge as it is quite an incline but persevere as it is worth the effort....More
As I write I can still three weeks later visualise the view from the boardwalk looking out towards snow-capped mountains - NZ scenery at its best. The falls were pretty good too as were the trees, the river bed, and the streams. There were some...More
We went on a day that was raining, but that didn’t dampen the experience. The walk through the forest is beautiful, and so green! You pass a couple other waterfalls and rapids on the walk; it is a great way to spend a few hours.
Nice walk. Pretty easy from carpark to falls. We didn't have kids with us, but should be easy for 5yo and above. We went past the Falls all the way to Blyth Hut. Good workout but not the most spectacular scenery in the area.