Little Wilson Falls Professional Review and Guide
"Little Wilson Falls, at 75 feet, is one of the highest in Maine. Little Wilson Stream drops from a calm pool into a narrow, black slate gorge overhung with dark cedars. Below the falls the stream cascades over a series of smaller waterfalls before flowing into Big Wilson Stream. The hike passes several of these falls and offers access to the rest.
To hike to Little Wilson Falls, turn left and hike southbound on the AT up a rocky and rooty climb alongside the slate gorge. When you reach the sign- in box just before the falls, there is a place to climb out onto the rocks to see the falls from partway down. Remember, while climbing around on the rock, that slate is slippery when wet. After exploring the falls, you may want to explore the slate gorge and the stream below the gorge. To do so, pass the Little Wilson Falls Trail and continue northbound on the AT as it drops down to Little Wilson Stream just below the gorge."