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5 of 5 bubbles Review of Twin Falls

Twin Falls
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Reviewed 1 May 2013 via mobile

Today we decided to hike Twin Falls. I am so glad we did. This hike is easy, it has a good trail to hike. A lot of people go here so you will see a lot of tourist. Most only go to the first fall. It is the biggest of the two. If you are a couple you must hike to the upper fall. Not many hike to this fall. We had it to ourself for over 30 mins. It was very beautiful and romantic.

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Uppsala, Sweden
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118 reviews
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“Worth a visit!”
Reviewed 28 December 2012 via mobile

Nice walk from the road, there are a couple of falls, but not that easy to find, no signes at all! A lot of smashed glass at the parking so I guess it is important to empty the car before someone else is doing it

1 Thank Andy_of_Sweden
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Gothenburg, Sweden
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33 reviews
18 attraction reviews
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“Great tropical waterfall”
Reviewed 25 July 2012

This is a great waterfall if you don't mind a 15 minute walk uphill, a small river crossing and a legdeep walk in stream water. It's a bit of a jungle journey to get to the fall and swim under the 30' plunge. If you're an adventurer -you'll probably love it! But bring good shoes to walk in, especially in the water, and you'll have a great time.

Visited July 2012
1 Thank Ulrik L
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157 reviews
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“Falls Are Fine...After the Death March to Bataan”
Reviewed 21 July 2012

Our guide book made this a must see on the "Road to Hana" journey. It's near the beginning so we were still fresh when we stopped. There were more cars than parking places by the Farm Stand which sold drinks and various fruits. The attraction is free. You start your walk to the falls by the Farm Stand. For some reason I thought this was a short easy walk. No sir. I had an app on my IPhone to measure the distance of the walk so I am not exaggerating about the distance. It took 28 minutes and it was six-tenths of a mile. The elevation was 111 feet up. As we were walking to the falls we kept asking people who were returning how far was it. Everyone said, "About five minutes." Once we got there you had to negotiate a tricky concret raised wall with water on one side and a drop of six feet on the other side. After that you walked down a crumbling concret stair. You're not there yet. You then walk up stream and then you see part of the falls. If you want to see all of the falls you have to go into the stream about knee deep to see it. The walk back to the car was a little better since you are walking down hill most of the way. Toilet facilities are porta potties near the farm stand. A refreshing drink at the farm stand is your reward for this hike.

Visited July 2012
1 Thank RexGermanorium
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Houston, Texas
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31 reviews
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“Beautiful Trail”
Reviewed 24 February 2012

We did not have time to do the entire road to Hana during our recent visit but we wanted to see some of the lush landscape of the area; so we drove up the road just past mile marker 2 to the entrance of the Twin Falls hike. It is a very easy hike, mainly all flat land. It can be a little tricky to get to the waterfall at the very end. Water shoes are definitely recommended. There is a nice fruit stand at the beginning of the trail. We shared a smoothie from the stand, it was delicious and so fresh. One of the highlights of our trip was being able to swim in a natural pool with a waterfall.

Visited January 2012
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