Although not the easiest place to find (the turn off is signposted but not very clearly), once you’re there you won’t regret making the trip. There are two car parks, which are free. One at the very bottom of the trial, just near the turn in off the main road. The second one is much closer, parked right next to the start of all three trails. The distance between the two car parks is about half a mile, so in the summer (when I imagine it’s heaving) be prepared to have a bit of a trek to get to the starts of the walks.
There are (I think) three different walks you can take to find the waterfall, all labelled with varying degrees of difficulty. We opted for the short one, which takes you directly to it. It’s also labelled at ‘easy’, which was perfect as the ground was still thick with snow and we had an unenthusiastic child in tow, so anything more strenuous may have tipped her over the edge.
I would have liked to try the other walks, the one in particular that takes you around the top of the waterfall, but weather conditions weren’t ideal. Maybe next year!
I would wholly recommend visiting, it is amazing to see. Although the weather conditions we not ideal when we went, it did make it look more spectacular.
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