Birding · Cave · Fall Colors · Geological Significance · River/Creek · Spring · Views · Waterfall · Wildflowers · Wildlife
This trail begins at a small parking area off of Trapper Creek Road (FS #533). It requires a lengthy drive on a dirt road. The road is not too bad, but there are lots of rocks. You may want to consider taking a vehicle with stronger tires. The trail is a singletrack that heads south, following Fall Creek.
The creek thins out considerably later in the season, so the best time to experience this trail is in the spring. The trail steadily climbs over 500 feet. It ends at an alcove that has Phantom Falls, a 65-foot waterfall. Early in the spring, an ice pillar sits at the base of the waterfall. There is a small cave on the left side of the waterfall that you can climb up to.