Multiple awesome waterfalls to see, if you don't mind walking up/down a bunch of stairs.

Really nice easy trail that gives beautiful views of the Cranberry Botanical Area. I took my parents and boyfriend on the trail, they don't hike often, and they loved it! Its well marked, the only thing to be aware of is it is boggy in several areas. Would highly recommend to both avid hikers and new comers. Would be a great trail for kids.

Not a very hard hike lot of steps water falls are a must see if you are in the area.

I wish I could get closer to different vantage points around each waterfall, but I understand the need to keep traffic in specific areas. Nice little trail.

Easy trail with a lot of it being boardwalks. The falls were very nice. The entire area is nature at its best.

Be careful on the boardwalks; they can be very slippery.

If you're in the area I'd suggest this as one to not miss.

Always a nice hike. My 3 1/2 year old and 73 year old grandmother did it this year with me. A lot of stairs.

The Monongahela national forest is one of my favorite places to spend my time when I come back home to West Virginia. It fills you with peace being out in this area of West Virginia. This is one of the most beautiful places in God's homeland.

4 years ago

Many stairs to climb. Worth the views of the falls.

This is a lovely scenic trail with dense forest views. Yep, there are alot of steps if you go on the stariways but the middle and lower fall sviews are certainly worth the climb.

Short hike out and back but big elevation. Go to the end to see a beautiful waterfall.

A good trail if you have small children or elderly with you. More of a sight seeing destination. Bring shoes you don't mind getting wet. We went the day after a rain storm and the boardwalk covered ankle deep with water. Would be a good place to run laps if not crowded and it had not recently rained.

6 years ago

Walked the trail at a somewhat leisurely pace, saw several deer. Started at the Upper gate parking lot. Walked down the Cranberry River Road to the beginning of the Cow Pasture Trail. Toward the end before reaching the forest service road the trail was very wet. Something to keep in mind-waterproof footwear. A Nice hike but would have been nice to have been able to follow a trail instead of the road back to the car.