On this walk you'll find a series of falls flowing along the trail, which is surrounded by a white cedar and hemlock forest. The falls are 15 feet wide and almost a half-mile long.
How to get there
Take Route 28 in Inlet toward Raquette Lake. Make a right at the golf course to head south on Limekiln Road. Drive for another 1.8 miles to the Limekiln Lake DEC Campground entrance. There may be a day use fee to enter the campground.
The trail starts at campsite #87. Travel across the large, open field to find a register box at the old fish barrier dam, where the self guided nature trail starts. Turn right and continue for 1 mile around the old beaver vly, until the trail bears right after a series of bridges. Follow the outlet for Limekiln Lake for about 0.75 mile as the trail crosses the brook several times, and you will come to the start of the falls, which continues for another half mile.