The trail begins from the open parking area at Bhira. It is a well laid path with direction boards at regular intervals. Unlike common belief, chances of getting lost in the forest are almost nil. In fact, the trail is better laid than a few famous treks in Maharashtra.
For the first 30 minutes, the trail goes alongside the Bhira dam reservoir. In case you wish to stay overnight, this is a good place to set up camp as camping is not allowed near the waterfalls. The back drop of the reservoir makes this a perfect camping location.
A slight descent from here will take you along the banks of the reservoir from where the trail advances further into the forest. In the first 45 mins, you have to cross 2 dried up streams separated by a distance of around 20 mins. The terrain is a mix of open meadows and overgrowth.
After this, the trail starts climbing for around minutes. Though the climb isn’t steep, a good amount of energy is required. You may find small huts selling tea, lemon juice and snacks along the way. This climb is through dense forest, hence little care needs to be taken while maneuvering through the branches.
Post the completion of the climb, the trail opens up to a rocky patch. A 10 min walk through the rocks brings you directly in front of the waterfall.