“Cascading water falls”
The falls is close to US-77, but the highway passes high above the river valley. To reach the falls from US-77, take exit 20 onto US 19. Head south, and immediately turn east onto Pincy Flat Road (at least that is what Google Maps names it). This road crosses under US-77. Take a right onto Eads Mills Road. Take a right after about 1.5 miles, and cross under the highway again. After about a half mile, this road crosses under the highway again. Shortly after that Brush Creek Falls Road will be on the left. The parking area is a quarter mile past that. Photo taken by Jason Haley.
Easy, mostly flat 1/4 mile hike in to falls. If you continue on though for 1 3/4 miles on same path, you dead end at another set of falls that's about 3 times as tall. Unfortunately I didn't pay attention to the name of those falls. Be prepared to scramble over some fallen rocks, and walk through some mud if it's just rained.
This is not the right location for the falls. It is actually on the other side of the expressway. The falls are marked twice for Roadtrippers. Use the other one it has perfect directions. The falls are very beautiful!
We had a hard time finding the falls because our GPS took us the wrong way. Would definitely use the directions on their website. Be prepared to take a small hike to see the falls. We were not prepared with and left with muddy shoes... That being said we loved it!!!!
Wasn't that difficult to find. The waterfall was absolutely beautiful and could either go on top and sit there as the water falls or go down the path to see it from the bottom. There some people there when we went and some went swimming so there is plenty of room to do that as well. Worth the trip
A hidden treasure! Very rocky terrain to get out to the falls, but not a far trek. Beautiful and worth the stop for sure!
The falls are beautiful but getting to them is a little difficult. The directions in the original description are very well written, however the last road, the Brush Creek Falls Road is not marked. I was lucky and stopped a local for directions. Also, the road is a one lane, sometimes dirt road so drive careful! We had an F150 pulling a trailer and it was a little difficult. Fortunately no one was in the parking area so we could park comfortably and turn around with ease. Then you just walk a beautiful trail for a quarter mile. The river, the views and the falls are worth it!
Fantastic! Great option for families! Bit of a narrow road off the interstate, but well worth the stop!!
Ok, so, definitely follow the website directions. The GPS told us to get off I77N at exit 14, there was a detour over a make shift wood bridge, over a small river, gravel road and lots of windy one lane type roads for at least 20 minutes in that took us to a location with no signage for the falls or anything, just in the middle of deep WV forestry, take heed. My husband wouldn't venture after that, so we never got to see it. :-(
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