I’d heard about these falls for a long time but never had the chance to go there. We headed past the dump and down towards Finger Peak.
About half way there, I decided I didn’t want to drive the road any more so we walked the rest of the way.
According to the GPS on Lily’s phone, it was only 2 and half more kilometres to the falls. I have not been on a hike since my operation. I am still in a lot of pain and need poles for steep country, but it felt so good to walk. I enjoyed these shadows on the rock.
There were an inordinate number of the saprophytic pine drops.
We came to a lookout.
The road dropped quite quickly to the river
We could not see the falls themselves very well, so we waded to a sandbar.
Even so, this was the best view we could get of the Klinaklini Falls
Nearby, a tree root had been thrown up onto the rocks.
And overhead, while we ate lunch, a spider’s web glittered in the sun.