Hebron Rock Colony Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Blowing Rock, NC that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Relatively easy, very pretty after you get out of the field in the beginning
Worth doing. I'd suggest completing the entire 5 mile trail if you can.
Pretty hike. Would rate as easy. Very pretty when you get to the falls. Well worth the time.
Great! Beautiful hike and easy enough for the whole family. We took a 6, 9, and 10 year old with us.
Moderate hike that anyone can do. Most of the trail is flat, but going down to the falls, the trail is steep for a bit.
This is a grate place to hike it if u hike the whole thing it's a 6mils long
Rain - Started raining at the beginning of trek and lasted for a good 45 minutes to an hour. Myself and my hiking partner were still able to easily make it to the waterfall.
Would recommend not trying to Boulder up the waterfall when rainfall has been recent. Makes it quite slippery and we sustained some injuries.
However, if it's been a great sunny day and you make it there. Scale those boulders to the top.
Beautiful scenery great experience!
Excellent hike, beautiful falls!
Love this trail! Has a lot of different adventures! Rock climbing, swimming holes, ladders, and stream crossing! Great 5 mile hike!
Lots of fun, great spots to splash in the creek with small waterfalls.
Followed the stream with nice large rocks for climbing. Connects to Boone Fork Trail.
Beautiful! Watch out for slippery rocks and hippies...