Brasstown Waterfall Series Trail is a 0.9 mile out and back trail located near Westminster, South Carolina that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
Waterfalls are gorgeous but this is not a trail, slippery and washed away in some areas, use caution when you go. The GPS does not take you to the correct location, once you get to the gravel road, make the first right you come to, there are no signs other than the one on the main road.
Easy trail, beautiful falls!
Very pretty falls but the trail is a bit dangerous in areas.
By far my favorite falls. Four awesome falls on one short trail. Trail can be very slick right after a rain.
7/2/16 Trail is very worn to the point that there's not a defined trail, only a bare hillside. Very popular place.
Fun hike in. Few challenging ledges you'll want to be careful on. Awesome views and a great swimming hole at the end.
Short but rugged trail getting down several waterfall sections. Well worth the hike to see all of these. There is a great waterfall a short distance upstream from the approach trail that involved getting your feet wet getting across, but don't miss out on this one.
A fairly easy hike with a few steep areas here and there but pretty moderate hike.
The multiple falls that you can see are really nice and make for a nice hike
Some GPS do not give the correct Location. Follow Brasstown road until it becomes a gravel road (about 3 miles). Continue for another 1.4 miles and right before small bridge, then turn right on dirt road, follow road to the end. The short easy hike downstream brings you to the top of the first falls, after that hiking is much more difficult with some spots being very narrow and steep. But to see the other falls requires taking it slow and careful, but definitely worth it. Highly recommended, nice series of falls.
You get more than one waterfall on this hike and all of the falls are very pretty. The first one is rather difficult to get to...as we had to cross on a small fallen pine across a creek. However the others were very easy and well maintained. The trail is very short and easy for anyone to hike.
This is a moderate trail that follows along a river with as many as five layers of falls. The trail is slightly difficult, thanks to large rocks that are strewn about the trail areas. A few flat portions make excellent camp sites.
The views from the bottom of the falls are amazing, but be prepared for some sore legs if you aren't used to a difficult hike.