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.
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.