Devils creek has two trailheads, depend one the weather. One makes the hike just under six miles. The second allows you to do the trek under 3 miles. Both starting parts are along a ridge top. The first waterfall you come to is a tributary to Devils creek. It’s a nice ten feet high fall. At this point you’ll notice you are no longer on the ridge, but starting to enter the gorge. Once you meet Devils creek, the trail goes parallel with the flow of the creek as you past five more waterfall. The last waterfall being the best, forms a nice blue pool before flowing into the Cumberland.
-lots of waterfalls
-giant red oaks and hemlocks
-a nice trail, but no sign of people