Massive bedrock walls line both sides of this breathtaking waterfall. The best time of day to view the falls is mid-morning to early afternoon, when direct sunlight penetrates the canyon and illuminates the white foaming water.
There are no protective barriers on the precipice at the viewpoint.
A distinct path on the left side (northwest) heads off the road and into the thick brush, toward the sound of rushing water. From the road, hike level about 20 m on a good trail to a junction.
The right fork is safer and you can stand on the flat bedrock edge of the cliff to look across the canyon and view the crashing water from the front. Follow the trail away from the falls for about 200 m and see a huge chunk of bedrock rising from the side of canyon. This rock provides a type of barrier but still offers a spectacular view of the cascade.
For a more hazardous but closer look, take the left fork at the junction and stand on the dry bedrock slabs that break away at the very rim of the falls with the water tumbling over the edge only 1 m away. Be extremely careful at the falls viewpoint, as the rocks may be slippery with a thin layer of algae.