This is a nice, quick hike. It's a pretty easy trail. The waterfall is a bit underwhelming if there hasn't been much rain, but the scenery is beautiful. If you go, take bug spray - the mosquitoes are horrible! I've never run into many people on this trail, it's one of the best kept secrets. Also, the trail usually ends up being about 3.75 miles for me out and back.
We recently visited this trail for the first time today, nice dedicated parking area. The trail was fairly simple, beautiful place for an afternoon adventure. Due to our drought the falls this season weren't as great as if we would've had rainfall. I'd definitely go again, takes about 3 hours hiking slow.
Nice trail with a beautiful ending especially if water is flowing over the falls or during the winter months and the falls are frozen. When I don't have much time and want to get a short trail run in I come here. 3.3 miles and can be run in 30 min or less.
Took me an actual hour or so to actually Find the trail as the GPS made me turn right off Wallis Run Road and go down Butternut something road. THIS IS NOT CORRECT! Stay on Wallis Run and the trailhead will be on your right.
Other than that great trail for my first hike in years! I did turn back a bit early because it started to rain, but I liked the walk. Nice and shady, but as other reviews say, don't forget your insect repellant.