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We had a great but muddy hike to the waterfall and the end of the trail where the two rivers merged. The hike was a good workout (especially the stairs up from the waterfall) but my husband who is 6 months out of an ACL...More
This hike was one of the most beautiful and fun hikes I've ever done. It's fairly easy, the terrain is easy on the knees and if you like to play in the mud - this is perfect for you! The anticipation of the river, and...More
Wow! This park is incredible. We spent a half day hiking the trail from the entrance all the way to the headwaters were the river turns blue. Many people just come to go see the waterfall but I suggest you hike the whole trail to...More
One of our best activities! So much fun, so beautiful , the river, the plants the animals! We were lucky we were a group of 10 with 2 guides, we saw other groups of like 30 with two guides, not so much fun!
Visited on 4th Jan, arrived just after 11am, no queue for tickets but the parking area was busy.
Very busy inside the park with constant queue of people in front of us and constant stream of people on the return leg. This led to hold...More
We did this hike with our 3 kids (ages 11, 14, & 15) as well as my husband’s parents (age 70). We chose to rent rubber boots as we heard the trail is very muddy.
The line up to pay enter the trail was VERY...More
We went late December, perhaps we shouldn't have been surprised how busy it was, constant stream of tourists from around the world going up and down the path, definitely go right when the park opens at 8am if you can, to get a parking spot...More
This is a great park to visit. One trail that you follow to the start of the blue river and then return. Easy in areas and some might say challenging in others with lots of elevation changes. We were there on a busy weekend morning...More