The Trail follows an old Forest Service Road (FR 5520). Along the trail there is a concrete storage building that is believed to have held dynamite during the creation of the road. Continue straight (keep left) at the intersection with another old road. When the trail/FR5520 makes a hairpin turn over a stream look for a wood boardwalk and trail straight ahead that will lead to the falls. Continue 100 yards to the trails end at the base of the large falls. 0.7 miles one way, 1.4 round trip. Great family hike with less than 200 elevation change
Trail length: 1 miles
Posted by JohnH on June 29, 2010
Trail System Pisgah National Forest: Burnsville
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