This short hike is a perfect contrast to the high country in the Bugaboos and is worth a stop if you are in the area. Low elevations, pine forest and midsummer heat make the cool mist off the falls a refreshing welcome. The mist also creates midday rainbows and coats the land with moss. Mosquitoes, too, love the wet lowlands by the creek.
Trees partially block the whole height of tumbling water from viewers. Care must be emphasized, as there are no railings or protection barriers at the viewpoints. Leaning out too far or bracing on a poorly anchored tree could lead to a slip.