This hike involved a machete and lots of hacking. This is what the view looked like:
but eventually we found some unique waterfalls. The calcium content of the water is so high that instead of the streams running in a rocky bed, they create their own cement- like bed when layers and layers of calcium precipitates on the ground layer. I've never seen anything like it.
These stream beds run over top off all the dead leaves and stuff, so there are really cool formations and almost-fosilized leaves everywhere.
Well worth the crazy machete-hacking to get there!