Pennsylvania August 31, 2017
The Hike In Pennsylvania That Takes You To Not One, But TWO Insanely Beautiful Waterfalls
Admire the splendor of one of nature’s most beautiful creations, the waterfall, when you embark on this hike in Pennsylvania. Fall Brook Trail will bring you up-close with two jaw dropping waterfalls. As an added bonus, you’ll get a glimpse of a third waterfall along the way.
Discover hemlock forests, wooden boardwalks, and floors of green at Salt Springs State Park, which spans more than 700 acres.
The lush state park offers plenty for visitors to do: Camping, fishing, wildlife watching, and hiking.
Slip on your sturdiest shoes because Salt Springs State Park, which boasts nearly 13 miles of trails, features a stunning trail that will take you to two spectacular waterfalls.
Embark on the one mile Fall Brook Trail, keeping an eye out for local wildlife, including deer, salamanders, porcupine, raccoons, flying squirrels, and striped skunks.
Cross the picturesque footbridge near Wheaton House to begin your hike along Fall Brook Trail.
Be careful as you walk the trail, which is steep along the waterfalls and can be slippery. Snap photos as you reach the first waterfall, with walls covered in moss.
Listen for the gushing of the second waterfall that tumbles into a gentle pool.
Sneak a peak at the third waterfall, the Upper Falls, which you can reach by hiking the Gorge Trail.
Experience the stunning beauty of Salt Springs State Park, open from dawn to dusk all year around.
Fall Brook Trail
Salt Springs State Park
2305 Salt Springs Road
Montrose, PA 18801
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Fall Brook Trail promises a breathtaking hike in Pennsylvania. Love waterfalls but prefer to see them without hiking?
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