Our ride was uneventful until the last 12 Miles to Fort Adams Road, where we encountered numerous potholes due to recent rain. The day was cool and slightly overcast with a minor threat of rain. On our arrival we found a full parking lot, and after a brief talk we decided to walk around the primitive trail then drop down on the waterfalls and avoid the crowd.
Our trip took us up a bluff and through the splendor of the hardwood and pine forest, and then following the stream it led us into the most remote waterfalls where we at a quiet lunch.
Several Magnolia trees were seen as well as multiple birds. We then reversing course we followed the stream against the “current” and bagged 4 more waterfalls ranging in height from 10 to 30 feet.
It was a great hike with a great crew.
See more photos from this trip here!
-Jon Perkins, Trip Leader