Hazel Falls and Cave Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This hike takes you into “Hazel Country,” a heavily settled area in pre-park days. The route traverses hill and hollow for the Hazel River, where a rock indentation forms a natural shelter beside a waterfall, all within a deep stone cathedral. All in all, it’s a good destination.
The difficulty of this hike is hard to rate: the first 2.4-mile portion is a moderate stroll on old settler roads, but the last 0.3-mile trek to the cave and falls is on a steep, rough footpath. Though rugged, this section is short; all but small children should make it."