• Activities:

    Chillin, Photography, Hiking

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  • Season:

    Year Round

  • Trail Type:


  • RT Distance:

    3 Miles

  • Elevation Gain:

    500 Feet


After a 1.5 mile hike, see a beautiful 60-foot waterfall in Floyd County

Park at the Alta Mons camp parking lot, and start walking the gravel road. There will be signs throughout the trail that lead to the waterfall. Continue down the trail for 1.5 miles. Look out for the white trail markers that indicate the Stiles Falls trail.

After 1.5 miles, you will reach the waterfall! Enjoy the view of a 60-foot waterfall. To return, follow the trail back to the parking lot.

Pack List

  • Hiking shoes
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Camera
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Great hike. The total distance from the parking lot (where there are bathrooms) is 3.4 miles

27 days ago
27 days ago

It was a nice spot to go to. I went in the month of 12/31/17 and thought it was a nice drive to get there as well. You’ll cross over 3 little creeks and get to the fall. It’s a short walk. Round trip 2 hrs or so. It’s on a campsite, so at this time of year it’s closed, so you can bring your dog.

about 2 months ago
about 2 months ago

We hit this on a Sunday morning in November. It was about 45 degrees and and leaves had fallen. We had the trail to ourselves. It was a nice gentle hike at first ending in a few steep climbs but nothing some 50 yr olds couldn't handle. The falls were beautiful and we were able to photograph the sun rising in the apex of the falls. Overall a great beginner hike.

3 months ago
3 months ago

This is not a very long hike but it provides some wonderful scenery. The leaves in the fall are beautiful and the waterfall is wonderful. Sat beside it for almost an hour and just enjoyed the sound of the water crashing down. Not very crowded.

4 months ago
4 months ago

Highly recommend very quiet and peaceful. It's a nice walk

5 months ago
5 months ago

Really beautiful hike, not exactly much of a mountain view anywhere but the waterfall towards the end of the trail is literally breathtaking. The trail is actually a fantastic length, it takes around 30 minutes up and a little less on the way down if you're moving at casual pace. Make sure you bring water shoes or a change of shoes, as you do have to cross water multiple times, and slipping in and having wet socks for the rest of the hike is not great.

9 months ago
9 months ago

As mentioned below, it is on private property so it can only be accessed when camps are not in session (you can check their website for the schedule). Short hike to the waterfall with multiple creek crossings so bring water shoes in the summer! Great after some good rainfall.

9 months ago
9 months ago

This waterfall is located on private property. They do allow access, but you need to sign in at the parking lot. Access is restricted when summer and winter camps are going on, so check with them before you visit. The hike is short and sweet, and the falls have a nice 40+ foot drop.

11 months ago
11 months ago

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