Cascade Falls35 Votes
- Address: 2068 Cascade Dr, Pembroke, VA 24136, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-5405524641
- Tags: Trail, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids
If you want to take a trip amongst a picturesque background, the Cascade Falls in Pembroke will not disappoint you. The ideal destination to go with family and friends, you can have a great hike and the climb is very comfortable. The Cascade Falls consist beautiful paths and trails, and you can explore each of them on foot. There are some short trails too, which are a little challenging and yet offer scenic views. Appropriate for all age groups, you can easily spend around 2 hours hiking to the top of the Cascade waterfall which is definitely worth a visit. Have a great walk and enjoy the attractive routes.
Cascade Falls Reviews & Ratings
Probably one of my favorite hikes to date. It was beautiful the whole hike and was easy enough o could look around while hiking. Sometimes when the hikes are difficult I’m focused on where I am stepping and I miss out of some of the view. We recommend doing the lower part of the hike on the way to the falls that way you have the best view. You can come back the upper part of the trial on the way back to have a quicker hike to the parking lot if you want. The falls themselves were stunning.
This is a great hike, even for not very experienced hikers. The trail is split in two, and on both occasions we took the upper trail is it's an easier hike though not as picturesque as the lower one. Once you get to the trail head, the falls themselves are stunning! Well worth the hike to get there. Bring a good camera to capture it's beauty! Bring cash as you need it to park.
A great hike. Rigorous on the lower trail along the rushing water. Wonderful views. Well worth the climb. Took the upper trail down. A low easy descent.
I went with family members to see Cascade Falls and it was a nice 2mile walk in and another 2 miles back , very well worth the hike. There were many Virginia tech students on the trail and a few time's I saw them very willing to help us little older people get through or up to the next level so we could see the falls also . They have several nice area's to bring a picnic and sit down enjoy the great outdoors.
The "low trail" alone is worth the visit, but the destination is really spectacular. For those who have never been, here are a couple things to keep in mind: * Bring cash for parking ($3, at the time of this review). There is no means to pay by card. * There are two trails to the falls. If you cross the first bridge, you will be taking the more picturesque path (the low trail) that hugs the stream. It is also the more challenging and slower path. Wear good shoes. If you're up for the extra effort, it's worth your time. * If you take the high trail (don't go over the first bridge), the path is a gentle upwards grade that is both easier and faster than the low trail, though not as picturesque. Note that you will be presented with a direction sign as you near the falls. If you go to the right, the terrain gets a bit rougher (like the low trail), but will bring in at the base of the falls. If you go left, the path is still easier and should bring you to stairs that take you down next to the falls.