Little Bradley Falls is a 2.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Landrum, South Carolina that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and mountain biking and is accessible from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
A short hike that is not populated with throngs of people, the trek will take you through a quite stretch of woods to a nice 2 tier waterfall, with a great place to picnic. this is a short easy hike that has maybe two small stream crossings, the trail has only one elevation change and that is at the beginning. The falls are great and there is enough overhead cover to get quality photos all day long.
Was a nice afternoon , I think we might have not been on right trail as we never rally saw any falls
Have been several times, the kids love it
Little Bradley is one of our favorite family hikes.
Trailhead: From Asheville or Henersonville, NC, take I-26 East.At the Saluda exit go left or north. Drive exactly 3 miles. At the bottom of the mountain you will see a pull out on the left. There is also a metal gate. Walk back across the street and cross Bradley Creek. From this clearing is the start of the in-out Little Bradley Falls Trail. (Lat:35.17 Lon:-82.17)
This trail does not exist at this location, gps directed me into private property, the owner of the property had heard of the falls but was confident they were not in Landrum, SC. Will try the one located in Saluda, NC next time, see link for it.