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Date walked: 19/09/2009
Time taken: 2 hours
Distance: 5 km
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Really a four stage walk starting on an uphill track past the falls (with some adventurous souls 'canyoning' the falls), followed by a not-so-exciting walk down a road track, then a very pleasant uphill jaunt through the forest - even when wet, returning down a road track which had some excellent views. Despite the wet weather it proved a refreshing though short low-level walk on a day when going high could have proved miserable and troublesome!
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