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Austin Lachmann reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Nice trail to a waterfall and swimming hole. There are a couple creek crossings on the way. Make sure you do the trail to the right of the parking area and take the trail on the left. If you follow the creek it’s a lot more difficult. Saw a couple snakes at the waterfall.

Occoee Scherpenisse reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Amy Snipes reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Absolutely so much fun! Downed tree wonderland, little bridges, boulders and just a great path. Completed with a 6 and 7 yo who had no problems. Would not suggest for those with back issues or problems with mobility due to navigating over and under downed trees and over boulders. The falls were beautiful of course!

Tony Congemi reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Lot of damage on trail

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Chris Armenti reviewed Big Bradley Falls Lower Trail
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Lisa Leszcynski reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Nice short little hike. Need to cross two streams so your feet will get wet! Very pretty waterfall! Can go up to the middle when there is a pool. Lovely !!

Mary Virginia reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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HikingPrivate propertyRocky

Not 2.9 miles. Make sure you look out for the red markers! We went straight on a trail for awhile before realizing we missed the turn and were walking a trail on private property. You do have to go over a few creeks by balancing on rocks. Be careful swimming once you get to the falls, several snakes spotted. This is a fun trail but much shorter than posted and slightly difficult to stay on track.

Douglas L. reviewed Green River Cove Trail
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Hannah Jo reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Doesn’t really add up to 2.9mi even if you scramble to the top of the falls. Such a big reward for such a short hike. No one else was around us the whole hike either. Nice swim after tubing the Green River. Lots of the trail is washed out/covered with fallen trees, which makes for a more fun/technical hike and compensates for the lake of distance.

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HikingRocky

Never been here before until today. Husband and I hiked it for our 2 year wedding anniversary with the pup and we will DEFINITELY be back. Be ready to climb over/duck under fallen trees across the trail and make sure you go over the bridge and up the hill following the red circles on the trees. Once you hit the rocks (when you’re there, you’ll know. The trail “disappears”) keep going the trail is on the other side. The swimming hole is large and deep with cool mountain water. Our pupper LOVED it there and actually did her first little bit of swimming ever today. Loved this trail and will be back.

Andrew Maier reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Mid July. Hot but shaded trail with cool water. Minimal elevation but some scrambling over trees and couple of small creek crossings. Falls are beautiful and nice pool to wade into. There were definitely snakes- everybody coming back down the trail kept saying they were cottonmouths and to flee for our lives... but we’re from FL and know scary snakes- and these were definitely not. Turned out to be just common northern water snakes- they’ll only bite if u corner them, and they’re non-venomous. The fleeing of others from them meant we had the falls and pool mostly to ourselves for a good 45mins most of which we spent in the water. Very refreshing.

Peter gtz137 reviewed Green River Cove Trail
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Hiking

Nice walk along the Green River. Definitively go till the end (taking left at the junction about 3/4 mile from the end).

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Cheney A. reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Absolutely lovely! Watwr shoes needed. Great swimming hole.

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Grayson Cash reviewed Big Bradley Falls Lower Trail
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HikingWashed out

As a local, I've always enjoyed Big and Little Bradley Falls. From the Big Bradley overlook it is dangerous to climb down to the falls without climbing gear, so it's worth it to come up from Green River Cove. The trail is nice until you get about 1/4 mile from the falls. There it becomes difficult, with areas washed out and the trail easy to lose. We plan to go back again soon, and record the hike.

Tanya Triber reviewed Big Bradley Falls Lower Trail
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HikingBlowdownMuddyOff trailOver grown

A bit difficult to find the trailhead (it’s located behind the tubing place); and the trail is difficult to follow, but the falls are absolutely worth it! The first half is along an access road, then proceeds along an overgrown trail with many fallen trees and muddy spots. We actually hiked up the creek the last 1/4 mile to the falls, as it was more straightforward than following the trail. This route is adventurous but didn’t feel dangerous. The falls are magnificent and there is a place to swim. A super fun hike on a hot day!

Stacey Wylie reviewed Green River Cove Trail
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This is an absolute gem! We went looking for a trail that wasn't going to be packed on a weekend during Covid and we saw 11 people on the entire trail. We did get about 8.5 miles total from the parking lot to the end of the trail and back but it was all gorgeous. Take time to check out the amazing vegetation and climb down to check out the river a bit. Amazing trail!

Laura RM reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Fun trail. Wear water shoes! Lots of climbing over and under fallen trees. Streams are cool and slow and rock hopping not a good option. Beautiful falls with lots of viewing areas. Somewhat crowded and no masks or social distancing being done (except us).

Andrew Maier reviewed Green River Cove Trail
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Hiking

Mid July Hot with thunderstorms but entirety of trail in the shade. Humid. Basically follows the river bank and up above on various bluffs, easy hike in the woods. Nice views in summer- would think it would be beautiful in fall. Had limited time with the rest of the fam & friends tuning so only went halfway exploring up some of the creeks/waterfalls as I went. Tubers in the river so you’re never far from civilization

Aimee Tillman reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

A little rough in spots with 3 year old. Didn’t make it to the end but played in the creek in several spots which was nice. Will try again!

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Catherine S reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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HikingScramble

Did this trail with my hubby while our teenage son and a friend went zip lining at the Gorge (about 10 minutes away). Then went back the next day with the kids and 2 dogs. Make sure to head left up the hill to start at the trailhead. Great trail with one short scramble over some large rocks that required dogs be off leash so they could get through without falling. Beautiful waterfall spot at the end! The boys had a blast exploring up at the top of the falls and they loved the trail. Trail is narrow with serious drop offs in some spots. I have read reviews about snakes near the falls, but we didn't see any on either day that we went there. Definitely be prepared to get your feet wet crossing a couple of creeks. A fun trail!

Lauren Lake reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Great hike, not strenuous at all which was apparent by the amount to kids and families that were hiking it. Definitely something I’ll do again but not on a Saturday.

Christi Lippman reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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HikingScramble

The hike to the falls wasn’t my favorite. There were also mutiple snakes at the falls! Be careful when moving around the rocks. The trail markings are red dots marked on trees. There was a bunch of debris & fallen trees and the path was narrow, you also could hear some road noise. The falls however were worth it! It was a little waterfall cove with opportunity to swim and explore the falls. There were also beautiful fish swimming in the waterfall! The water was opaque with a pretty tint of blue/green, very inviting. Lots of kids & families on a Monday morning

Nicole Perri reviewed Little Bradley Falls Trail
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Hiking

Great trail with many creek crossings and logs to climb over and under. It’s short distance of a mile and a half in was perfect for a group of 11-year-old boys. When you drive in the access is to the right side of the road past the bridge. Follow the red dots but they fork early on .5 mile in and stay to the right crossing the creek. We met a family who went to the left and never saw a waterfall. At the falls you can swim at base or scramble up to the middle for another swimming area. One of our favorites!!

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HikingMuddyOver grownRockyWashed out

Fun trail and waterfall is definitely worth making the trek for. Second half of the trail has parts that are washed out and hard to follow. Look for a rope to pull yourself up from the creek. Then locate flagging later on the keep on the trail. Gorgeous waterfall at the end and very impressive. Probably 80’ waterfall with rock pools and surrounded by granite cliffs.

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