OK this is not an easy walk for your average person but nor is it very difficult. For a lot of the way it is pretty easy but the path itself is bit tricky with slippery mud ( even after the driest summer for a while) and tree roots designed to trip you up. The last part up to the fourth waterfall is pretty steep for the occasional walker. It is all worth it however. The falls each have their own character and the walk itself by the side of the river is magical. I was lucky enough to be there on a really sunny day. It took me 5 hours but I spent a lot of time at each waterfall with tripod and camera. I guess if you dont hang about it is a 2 hour walk but that would be a waste - take your time and just look. Beware the stones - especially at waterfall 3 - are very slippery. Lots of parents were taking little ones. There is a public toilet at the start opposite The Angel.
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