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Be sure to come in from the East on Stanley Creek Rd to avoid a long unpaved section of road. The walk was moderately steep, but short and doable for most. The trail is rocky and has many roots, so you need to watch you...More
We visited Falls Branch while just passing they the area. The way we approached it was a small gravel road for a couple miles but there is another way that is paved except for the last 100 yards or so. The trail to the falls...More
We did this hike in the pouring down rain, so it was a little slippery at times with an incline in the mud. However, even our children (ages 6 and 8) were easily able to do this hike in rain boots. I would do this...More
Beautiful falls setting with different levels/falls. About a ten to fifteen minute walk; depending on an individual persons stamina. Some parts of the road/trail is steep but in all it is not a difficult climb.
The hike was very easy.. mostly uphill but it wasn't bad at all.. the falls are beautiful and the water feels so good. Theres a viewing deck at the bottom, but I recommend going up to the top and viewing.
Small waterfall area in part of the national forest. Beware dirt road. There are other short hiking trails down the road but the road is very narrow and also dirt until right before it runs into Aska Road.