We're accustomed to seeing many national parks and reserves very "humanized," that is, adapted for visitors and lacking that wild touch that everyone so desperately wants to see. Well, that's not the case here. Once you pass through the gates, you're treated to unbeatable views which are still unknown to many people. To hike in the shadow of the gorge, with the burble of the river as your only distraction, is a great luxury. Note: I recommend going as early as possible since you'll practically be there by yourself, be able to take great photos, and have a lot more fun!