This one is going to look a lot better than in the photo above! We didn't bring the proper gear so we couldn't get all the way up to the actual waterfall. Bring rain boots or just be prepared to get wet feet! But even if you don't make it all the way up to the waterfall it's still fun to walk through the beautiful gorge.
Once you've parked your car follow the path to the entrance of the gorge. If it's too difficult to cross the little stream at the parking lot, walk back to the road and walk alongside of the trench keeping it on your left side. On the way you'll pass a small picknick table and a little bridge. From here you'll enter the gorge and for the most part you can just walk on the sides of the gorge, it's pretty self explanatory. Unfortunately we had to stop at the small waterfalls you can see on the cover photo, we didn't plan ahead very well. The actual waterfall is just beyond this point. If you continue up there should be chains on the sides but still rain boots are necessity at this point. The waterfall is very similar to the nearby Gljufrabui.