Explore the most popular trails near Pine Mountain Club with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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great trail, but no clear end to it and trail gets harder to define the farther in you go. Still, a quiet hike that gives you some shade and tranquillity.

poorly kept, bees everywhere, no real waterfall anyway, rocks are slippery, looks like no one has cleared the trail brush in years...do enchanted forest instead.

So quiet here! Hardly ever see anyone else. Make sure to bring bug spray. Love climbing over the downed trees and the slightly rocky sections. Watch out for loose gravel in a few spots.

We enjoyed the trail very much. It was hard on some areas to distinguish where the actual trail was, i wish they had some signs. Not much water in the waterfall but still awesome up there.

hiking
3 months ago

Awesome little trail. Beautiful wildflowers all along the way. The falls were pretty but there was not much water flowing.

a good healthy hike that is beautiful

this is a must see hike, it is relatively short to the waterfall and has beautiful views. the waterfall changes personalities through the seasons. it ices over during the winter and has some spectacular icicles.

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4 months ago

Fun trail but my girlfriend who isn’t a very experienced hiker had trouble at some of the steeper narrower parts.

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7 months ago

This hiking trail was recommended to me by two women I met on another nearby trail in Pine Mtn Club. To me, it was lovely. My dog enjoyed it. It is in a secluded spot out of the way, at dead end of street, which is also where you park. When you start off on the path, stay to the left as there is a driveway that goes up to private property. The trail has a few creek crossings (low water) so nothing major. It is dirt/rocks/down branches on trail. So quiet. I did see a few other people out. The trail doesn’t appear to be high volume foot traffic but it could be when I went. The trail was easy to follow, not sure the length of it because I had a time constraint so couldn’t stay as long as I wanted to. I definitely recommend it. Easy for a beginner. If you’re looking for more challenging then probably not the one but it’s worth checking out if you just want to get away on a new trail. Will be back soon!

Gets a bit overgrown at end otherwise nice in and out

walking
8 months ago

Really great time, went in the winter with my boyfriend. Sweet little waterfall which I’m sure gets bigger with the late spring time weather.

The first 5 minutes is lovely and then the trail just disappears.

hiking
8 months ago

This is a beautiful, short, yet steep incline hike as you’re approaching the tail end just before the falls.
When water if flowing the falls are beautiful and well
worth the effort to get there. Beautiful flowers, butterflies and hummingbirds. I’ve run into 4 bears ( Mother and her 3 cubs) on this trail, so do be aware that they’re there and you’re likely to run into them, especially in Spring/Summer.

hiking
9 months ago

It’s beautiful during waterfall and snow seasons. Freezes over in winter. North slope so it can be very cold and icy.

Pleasant, kinda short.

hiking
Saturday, August 05, 2017

Nice trial until you get to the middle. It's completely overgrown and difficult to pass.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

If you get a chance to go in the spring, this is a great little hike. We take our 6yo twins and our 2.5yo little guy up there. The twins do just fine (little slippery in places), little guy is good at the bottom, and up at the falls. Pretty Family Friendly hike.

Saturday, April 08, 2017

needs some maintainance. fallen trees and a washed out trail in some part. but very beautiful.

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