Triple Falls Trail is a 2.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Pisgah Forest, North Carolina that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Beatiful waterfalls, wooded trail. At the parking lot, cross the bridge and follow the clearly marked trail upstream and along the rivers edge. At about a third of one mile is the very scenic Triple Falls There is a trail that takes you to the middle of the 3 step falls. Extreme caution should be used in this area as well as any other trail near waterfalls in DuPont State Forest. At about the 1 mile mark the trail either continues to follow the river or veers right up the hill. For this hike stay left and continue to follow the river. This trail will bring you to the base of High Falls. Rock-hop across the base of the falls and proceed up the trail to the over-look for nice views. Proceed west and then turn left on the gravel road which crosses the top of the falls under a covered bridge. After a short distance turn left and follow the trail north along a nicely wooded trail until it ends at a large parking area for horse trailers. Cross the highway and take the Holly Trail to Hooker Falls: L to parking.
Wide well groomed trail. Great for small kids and people who aren't suited for single track.
Went here for a hike with my girlfriend. We parked in the Hooker Falls parking lot and I was surprised at the variety of trails available in that area. Breathtaking views and a wonderful hike. 5 out of 5!
A perfect quick family hike. Breath taking views, well marked parking and trails! Four waterfalls within a very short distance made this a very rewarding hike!
This is located in DuPont state forest. Just amazing. Easy hike.
Have hiked this trail many times and in every season, beautiful waterfalls.
Absolutely beautiful, trails are in excellent shape.
Beautiful trail with fantastic waterfalls. One of my most memorable hikes to date! Very busy on a holiday weekend.
Impressive falls, easy walk, dog friendly. Bring a lunch and grab a bite at the base of one of these 3 beauties. It's worth dealing with the crowds.
Falls were beautiful, good hike just too many humans. difficult to take a picture without some random stranger in it.
Popular trail. Seems very influenced by humans (wide graven road, blocked paths, yellow tape, ext). The main road hike gets pretty steep. Some nice views.
I found a path towards the beginning river before the falls that allows you to walk on the rocks to the bottom of the falls.
Easy trail and gorgeous water falls
Enjoyable hike.... can't wait to return.
The falls were beautiful, ample swimming. Very crowded! Took 3 kids and a dog and it was a bit much having to climb up to the top. Kid carrier definitely recommended with all of the traffic. Would go again.