Great hike for the entire family. Approximately 5 miles round trip, Takes you through the Green Mountain National Forrest wilderness area. Mostly a gentle incline, with a few steep, slightly rocky areas. There is turnoff for the falls on the right. There is a sign, but it's higher up on a tree. The reward is seeing a very pretty waterfall, especially after periods of rain. Don't forget food and ample drinks,since this is a great spot to sit, relax, and have lunch. Good hiking shoes are highly recommended. Hiking sticks are suggested, especially for older people. Bug spray is a must. Pets are permitted. Make sure you bring a camera. Don't forget to sign in when you start the hike, and to sign out when you are done. If you forget to sign out, forest rangers will come looking for you.
Use extreme care on the entry road. It's in very poor condition.