A very cool and accessible hike. We didn't know this was a thing to do in the Deeside area but due to being snowed in the area and not super into skiing - this was a lovely alternative "find." It's a super short hike from the main parking are - all on a well worn and plotted path. It's definitely accessible to and for most people. There's a small part where to see the full waterfall you have to walk in some water (so if you're going in the winter you need some sturdy rubber boots of calf height at least - don't recommend going barefoot in the glacial water) - which might require some patience and balance if you don't feel overly athletic.
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