This tall and very impressive fall isn’t far from the nearest road. The hardest part of the trip is probably that road, which is narrow, potholed and very rough in places. Take county route 145-1 from the southern tip of Tsunwen Reservoir (at the western end of the dam) up its western bank. It’s slow going but eventually a house, standing in spacious grounds and surrounded by a low wall, stands to the left of the road. Pass this and stop at the second of two tributary streams which pass under the road just a few meters apart. Follow this stream up (a short track on the right gives access down to it) and the waterfall is 20-25 minutes upstream. Visit in the summer or after heavy rain, as, like most waterfalls nearby, it’s underwhelming in the dry season.