hiking
3 days ago

Trail was steep walking stick was beneficial on this trail. Lots of tree roots that could trip u up. The trail itself is beautiful and the waterfall was nice to cool down under. Benches were a welcome sight too.

We parked by the zip line start and did this as a 1.8 mile lollipop with three young children. It's not cardio difficult but there is a fair amount of tree roots, rocks, and little steps. There were a lot of little bridges and caves along the way, along with some platforms and benches. The falls are on the west side of the loop so counterclockwise with a lunch stop at the falls made sense. All shaded. Light traffic.

Beautiful views, shaded on the trail and nice resting benches for the climb back up. Be prepared for some stairs.

Great hike, beautiful view, pretty easy but the going back up really gets you!

It's absolutely beautiful! Very clear streams and a lot of little bridges along the way. Once we got to the water fall, we rested and turned around and went back the same way. A lot of tree piles along the way as well.

Loved this trail! Great views from the rocks, and a shaded trail with pretty views on the way there. Make sure you're ready for the climb back up

hiking
3 months ago

Amazing view! Such a cool spot. I'm ridiculously out of shape (no exaggeration), so the uphill climb on the way back took a while, but was graciously helped by the strategic placement of benches along the trail (which often overlook interesting rocks or other pretty bits of scenery). This was our first trail using the app, and I'm hooked!

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4 months ago

Great trail and a great view of Pineville below.

A great trail to hike on but the water fall had very little water running over.

hiking
4 months ago

Easy, accessible trail. Walkable for all skill levels with some stairs on the way back. The great view out on the rock is worthy of positive ratings, however the heavy traffic of this area means plenty of noise and litter.

hiking
4 months ago

Not for children/inexperienced hikers. Great for a workout and solitude. Steep stonecases and charming rock footbridges lead you through forest with gorgeous old trees and wild flowers. Features an arch, a creek to cool off and turns around at a nice picnic area/amphitheater.

Awesome but strenuous.

Was quite wet and muddy due to the recent rains. Def wear hiking boots and take a stick or pole.