Almost as soon as you leave the final little car park at the end of the valley there's a choice of walking routes: you can descend, cross the river and follow the left bank pastures towards a waterfall that's tucked away in the third side valley (around 1½ hours' walk one way). Alternatively, stay on the right bank for somewhat finer views. However, after around an hour's walk, when your reach a large grassy area, the right-bank path peters out amid thorn bushes and crossing the river there is not recommended unless the water level is very low.