While the views atop Big Cedar Mountain along the Appalachian Trail are well-known, its lower brother Little Cedar Mountain on the other side of the quaint community of Suches is far more obscure. Despite this, a good trail leads to Little Cedar Mountain, where a set of cliffs provides a great view into the Canada Creek valley. The picturesque view is only the beginning though - a connecting trail leads deep into the Canada Creek valley, where a set of four breathtaking waterfalls await. Ranging from only 15 to over 50 feet high, all four waterfalls are fairly easy to reach thanks to an intricate network of unofficial trails along forest roads and fainter paths up and down the Canada Creek watershed.
Statistics computed from imported data<br><br>Saturday, October 7, 2017 10:28 AM EDT<br>Distance: 8.9 miles<br>Duration: 9 hours, 58 minutes, and 59 seconds<br>Average Speed: 0.9 mph<br>Minimum Elevation: 2208 feet<br>Maximum Elevation: 3017 feet<br>Total climb: 1914 feet<br>Total descent: 1911 feet