You’ll find The Falls of Hills Creek in the Monogahela National Forest located near Highway 39, 5-miles west of the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center. To get to the falls you turn down a gravel road and park in the small lot where restrooms are available.
The Highest Waterfall in West Virginia
This set of three cascading waterfalls fall 20 feet, 45 feet and then 65 feet. The first falls feature a paved and handicapped accessible area. The handicap accessible boardwalk is 1,700 feet long and goes through a rhododendron and laurel canopy. There are two viewing decks available, which provide places for photographing and just enjoying the views. This scenic area is comprised of 114 acres.
The second falls in the cascade are accessible from a dirt walkway. It is filled with rocks and small boulders, and continues on to the third waterfall. The third part of the trail that leads to the third waterfall is a tough trail that should be used with caution. When you get to the last falls you can look up and see the last of the falls, the 63 foot waterfall. In total, these cascading falls drop 220 feet.
To get to the Falls of Hills Creek, follow these directions.
From the North and East via Interstate 79, use Exit 57 onto US Route 19 South to State Route 55. Take WV 55 through Richwood to the Falls of Hills Creek. Approximately 65 miles from Exit 57.
From South and East via Interstate 64 use Exit 169 onto US 219 North to State Route 39/55. West on WV 39/55 to Falls of Hills Creek. Approximately 42 miles from Exit 169 in Lewisburg.
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