There are two ways up to this waterfall. One of them is picturesque 4km uphill hike along the river. The other is a private dirt road, ending half a kilometer shy of the place. There’s also a huge “No Trespassing” sign on the private road.
Of course we did the hike, and it was an absolutely great experience. Both visually and physically. What bothers me is how many people chose to trespass someone else’s land for the convenience’s sake.
Just think about it. You have something interesting in you backyard: how would you feel when hordes of tourists start to invade your property?