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Yellow Branch Falls, Mountain Rest

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If you love hiking and love falls you'll love this one. It's about a mile and a half to the falls. Just a stones throw away from the Stumphouse Tunnel on the other side of the road is the trail for th...  more »
  • I'm a mostly sedentary, out-of-shape dad and me and my three kids (10, 8 and 4) did this hike the summer of '16. I carried the 4-year-old on my shoulders about a third of the hike but the older two di...  more »
  • I love all the falls in this area, but some are just really enchanting. This is one of them. Can be slightly tough coming back up for people who don't hike very much, but not a very steep trail. Love ...  more »
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  • Great hike! Took us about 1 hour 40 minutes to go out and back. About 1.5 mile trail (3 miles total trip). The falls are beautiful. There will be more water if it has rained recently. The trail is not difficult and would be fine for kids. We took our dog and saw several dogs on the trail.
  • Great hike. Not to hard. Beautiful waterfall. Great for a family get away!
  • Easy go to hike. Pretty short 1.5 in and 1.5 out..... Great waterfall at the end you can hike to the top.
  • (11/11/2016) nice hike - not too strenuous - we had some smoke from the wildfires this day, but still managed just fine -- falls look really good in the springtime with more water flowing -- well worth it anytime!
  • Probably the prettiest waterfall I've visited. Approximately 50-60' multi tier cascade. It's about 1.5 mile hike, trail is narrow in places and there are a couple of creek crossings so be prepared to possibly get your feet wet. Well worth the hike anytime of the year.