At the parking lot, where you arrive to the barrier, signs direct you to the riverbed of the Suhi potok Stream which only fills up in case of heavy rainfall.
If you do not like walking on gravel you can cross the riverbed and continue through a wonderful beech forest above the riverbed. To visit the first waterfall you only have to follow the riverbed. Up to this point, the walk is comfortable and well-routed, however, the access to the upper waterfalls requires a good sense of orientation. The unmarked trail along the right side of the stream (upstream direction) is first routed through the forest and later descends to the riverbed. Wet rocks along the trail require some experience in walking on rocky and steep terrain. At certain sections, especially the access trail to the highest waterfall, you might even have to use a rope.
- from the Primorska region along the road through the towns of Tolmin, Kobarid and Bovec to the Trenta Valley.
- from the Gorenjska region over the Vršič Mountain pass (not drivable during certain winter months) or the Predel Mountain pass.