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While it may be possible to get close to the falls, the brush lining the bottom of the Foss River valley is very thick and would likely be almost masochistic to trek through. Should views from the bottom prove to be possible, expect less than half of the falls to be visible. Thanks to the reconstruction of the Foss Lakes trail, at least half of the falls can be clearly seen from the trail now with no need to bushwhack at all. The falls have a wide-open easterly facing and will see even, direct sunlight in the morning hours and consistent shading starting late afternoon (heavy haze is fairly common at this time as well). Well framed shots of the falls require a focal length between 100-150mm.