We decided to visit on the day, so had not arrange any permits and set off walking the trail at about 11.30 a.m.
We had spectacular views across the gorge, very quiet with few other walkers. The big wobbly suspension bridge was fun to walk across. We stopped off to see the waterfall and pressed on until eventually the trail became a lot steeper and narrower (diverted before a landslide) and we decided to call it a day after 2 hours steady uphill walking on a mostly wide and clear path.
One of the highlights of the walk was seeing a long bright-green snake, believed to be poisonous, sitting on the walkway of one of the bridges. We managed to walk past after encouraging it to slither onto the side of the bridge.
A short and easy, beautiful walk with excellent views through lush forest.
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