Angel Falls Trail is a 1.3 mile out and back trail located near Weld, Maine that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking.
A trail for any age. We brought our 5yr old and 9 yr old and they both were able to navigate quite easily. There is some minor rock scrambling, but well worth the payoff at the falls. Bring a towel and swimsuit...at the base of the falls is a spot to get wet!
A easy to sporadically challenging hike. Some areas of mild scrambling and some seasonal water crossings. The most challenging aspect is the potential for slippery rock surfaces. Overall a pleasant hike with a fabulous finish at the falls. Many opportunities for breaks and if desired a picnic lunch. Cool off by wading in the pools at the end of the falls. Defiantly worth the trip
this hike is average to moderate the trail entrance is very hard to find due to the lodging when you get down the hill off of Bemis Road there is a large rock boulder with graffiti on it take the road to the left down to the end, at this point you will park and walk down the trail to a bridge after the trail it gets confusing do the log that trail but at the end of the bridge you will be walking to your 10 o'clock position to the entrance to the trail, the trail is marked with red paint the trail itself is steep at some points with light climbing, transversing the stream, but in the end the hike was well worth it! The Falls are absolutely amazing
Difficult to find as loggers have chewed up the entrance to the trail. Otherwise well marked, moderate difficulty and short hike. Beautiful rock formations and wafers all.
We hike this every year. By far best falls in Maine
Nice little 15 min walk in. Didn't even get our feet wet crossing the brook. I will be going back to see what it's like early summer.
nice hike to catch early summer.