Falls Branch Falls, Cherrylog
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Had hoped for something a bit more challenging, but it was a pretty easy 15 minute uphill walk from the gravel parking lot to the falls. I think recent drought must be affecting it because there wasn'... read more »
Nice walk to the falls. Easy hike with some up climb. Not much water from the falls but ot hasnt rained much so that could be the cause. Has a nice seating area for observation. Dogs welcome. At the b... read more »
Falls Branch Falls or Long Creek Falls. GPS says Long Creek but this looks more like Falls Branch. August is not the time to visit waterfalls. With more water this has the potential for a prettier fal... read more »
Great for little kids. we took longer getting the kids and dog out of the car then it did to hike to the lower falls. It literally took about 5 minutes to get to and alot of people hiked in flip flops. Nice to let the kids play in the water at the lower fall. Unfortunately, so many people take advantage of the man made unofficial trails going up to the middle falls that the ground is eroding. People please stay on the trail. Also, if you want a little adventure, take Rock Creeek Road and you get to drive a gravel road through Rich Mountain Wilderness and experience the outdoors. Any car or SUV should make it. it's an easy drive and you get to experience the woods. You'll also see the Aska Trails turn off if you decide to do some more hiking.
It was a self guided trail that was running along beside a little Creek with multiple little falls. The weather was amazing and the few people we saw along the trail were very friendly.
A very exciting trail head for a nice hike on Benton MacKaye Trail and connect to several other trails like Stanley Loop.
We took our youth group there for a small hike and place to just hang out for an hour or so. It is a really short walk, 15 min, can do in flip flops, not too much of an incline. There is not a lot of space at either location, but for a short side trip, we had a good time. We took tons of pics at both levels of the falls. This is not a big place but it is worth going if you know what to expect.
Flip flops are Not recommended, and it's probably closer to 15 minutes. The trail itself is rocky and a pretty steep grade. Plenty of parking. Road from the South is gravel for 5 miles. From the north, only the last half mile is unpaved. All that said... If I'm in the area, I'd definitely go again,
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