Pretty trail through woods, adjacent to a small stream. Terminates in a gorgeous waterfall. Entrance to the trail is the only trick - head into the woods on the left just after the road closed gate. You could park there, as well.

A lovely trail to a nice waterfall. It's not easy to find as it's not marked with a sign as some other trails nearby. Take the road all the way to a "road closed" gate. Room to park there. Just on the other side of the metal gate is the opening for the trail.

hiking
15 days ago

Very short easy hike to waterfall. Didn't see any other people. Quiet, secluded, would do again since it's very close to home.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

We hiked from the parking lot to the Bald and back for 10 miles. It's a bit more than 4. The trail is beautiful, relatively safe, and offers a few views here and there. At the Bald there's a bench and a plaque. Great photo op. Be prepared to walk in the pasture with cows or walk along the fence in waist high grasses. I would love to return to hike the whole loop or repeat the out and back. Enjoy.

What a great hike. Did the loop, it was little long but worth the work. Great views and beautiful scenery!! Definitely recommend

hiking
3 months ago

My sister and I hiked this trail in the rain, sleet, and snow. What a challenge! We hiked the entire loop. Some horses passed us and added to the challenged. They tore up the wet trail and left their mark.

hiking
3 months ago

As quick and easy and picturesque as this hike is, it's hard to believe it isn't more popular! (Probably because it's so hard to find) It's a perfect bonus hike if you're in the area for Max Patch.

Directions:
Coming from I-40, follow signs for the Harmon Den horse camp, and then the trailhead listed here is a pull-off less than 100 yards from the fork in the road. As far as I can tell, you can park further up the road where it ends at a gate where the creek crosses under the road. If you choose to walk, it's easiest to follow on or along the road, past the horse camp, to this road gate (not to be confused with the road gate into the horse camp. You'll pass by that one). The actual trail is the most subtle of openings into the woods to the left, just past the gate. From this point, follow the narrow trail along the creek to the falls.

Nice short walk to a beautiful little falls. The trail was hard to find though: take the Horse Camp Loop Trail and follow the little opening past the horse trough.

Short drive from our home. Easy to find the road leading back to the falls.Beautiful river and small falls on the road back. Easy hike for any skill level, very slight elevation.Trail was not marked so we guessed we were on the right trail.Small stream leads you to the falls.Very short hike but worth the effort.

hiking
9 months ago

Perfect fall hike, great views of the mountains in the distance and experience the change in the color of the leaves as the elevation change. This is the 3rd time I have done this hike and this time of year is my favorite!

horseback riding
9 months ago

hiking
11 months ago

Nice hike

hiking
Saturday, July 30, 2016

hiking
Saturday, July 02, 2016

Nice trail

backpacking
Sunday, June 26, 2016

hiking
Saturday, June 25, 2016