“A return route from the Sugar Camp Hollow waterfall around the south rim of the hollow
— John Ross
Landowner permission required
This trail begins at a bridge above the first waterfall in Sugar Camp Hollow
and follows the edge of the bluff with great views of the waterfall and the hollow. The trail is lined with Mountain Laurel, Wild Azalea, and Oak Leaf Hydrangea which bloom in the spring.
There are three more bridges over the streams going to the falls and then the singletrack continues along the edge of the bluff back to the main trail. There are several challenging places due to roots, sharp turns and short descents. At the end of the trail there is a large colony of American Colombo.