I give this one five stars for scenery. Got to Chantry Flatts at 7am and the parkinglot was already full, so get there early. We took the Upper Winter Creek Trail, making the loop in a clockwise fashion. The trails are well maintained and well dug in, and as for the scenery...Incredible, you feel as if you have entered another world! the morning we went, the fog was dense, adding to the effect of being far from home. There were more hikers, trailrunners, and bikers than i generally care for but the sight quickly excuse that factor. Near the end of the hike you come to the junction for Sturevant Falls. This is where you see the most traffic. An easy mile and a half hike and the outcome is worth it. The falls drop into a pool large enough to wade in on a hot day, with plenty of room around for to rest and have a snack. You'll need the energy for the steep half mile trip back to Chantry. This si the hardest part of the hike. Very strenuous! Bring plenty of water, a camera, and Enjoy! Oh, alittle ways before the Sturtevant Falls junction you will come across a shallow, 20ft deep cave off to your right. Climb inside, it'll make for some fun pics!