A little bit of everything. Roots, rocks, steep climbs, fast downhills, swooping singletrack and roller coaster raving crossings. Across the bridge over railroad tracks near the parking area lie the picturesque falls which give the park its name.
Start at back of gravel parking lot and head out the old road, aka Rhododendron Trail. Eventually, the trail turns to the right after about a mile and then parallels Glady Creek. Rhododendron then terminates at the intersection with Dogwood Connector Trail.
Head through several ravines and across one bridge on Deer Trail. Just after the second wooden bridge on Deer Trail turn left up the S-turn climb to enter the trail. The trail is somewhat technical with plenty of rocks, log piles, ravine crossings and a "West Virginia climbing turn." The trail mostly parallels the gravel section of Deer Trail and terminates at the end of Deer Trail just before the main road.