After about 25 minutes walk through the rainforest, I arrived at the Moria Arch. It was a bit of a scramble down rocks, with help from a chain, to get down there, and I felt like I was a young'un on an adventure. It was spectacular to be under the arch, watching the river flow through. There was a small group of others there also enjoying it.
After I had climbed out from under the arch, I took the longer 'continuation' track that led to a viewpoint looking across to the arch. Again the water is brown due to the natural tannins leached from the leaves by the heavy rainfall.
The walk continued through rainforest to Mirror Tarn. It was nearly dead calm and the reflection was perfect.
There was a bit more rainforest to walk through, near the river, before I rejoined the road for a short stretch back to the car park.
And with two arches, two caves and a tarn seen, it was time for lunch before leaving the area.