Fall Creek is a 8.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Felton, California that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.
The Fall Creek trail follows Fall Creek up the drainage. Explore this beautiful babbling creek and the natural surrounding of Henry Cowell Redwood State Park.
Amazing today. Couldn't get all the way to the limekilns thought, bridge washed out. But did over 3 miles, lotsa water, waterfalls. Great!
All of the bridges were washed out, but we were able to complete the loop. There was one place where there were no fallen logs and we had to cross through the creek (the stream was pretty wide at this point so the current wasn't dangerously strong). Bring a microfiber towel and a sense of adventure if you plan to do the full loop!
A lot of foot bridges were blown out from recent storms but the scenery was beautiful!
Nice trail deep in the forest. Piles of lady bugs!
The tail has heavy storm damage. Bridges washed out. Couldn't do the whole loop. Hope to try this again!
The river flows and canopy of redwood trees makes this the most exceptional hike in the area
Such a beautiful hike! Enough hills to keep it interesting without overexerting yourself. Love this place!
Perfect 5 for nature beauty otherwise moderate easy going trail.