Lick Brook Falls 3 falls is a 4. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail. Best viewing from the blue-blazed section of the Finger Lakes Trail. There is a steep, strenuous foot climb.
Lick Brook Falls @ Sweedler Nature Preserve
Lick Brook Falls @ Sweedler Nature Preserve | Visit Ithaca, NY
I did this hike after seeing Dick Gap Falls and Big Spring Falls earlier in the day - making for a glorious day of waterfalls. Trail navigation. Very soon after heading out from the trailhead, you'll see a fork in the road with no blazes to guide you. Stay to the right to continue on Lick Creek Trail with an easy descent for the first mile and a steeper descent for the second mile. Along the way, the trail includes a pair of metal staircases and a walk under one of my favorite rock shelters. When it's very rainy, you'll see a small waterfall from above. Eventually, the trail will come alongside Lick Creek, and you'll continue to the intersection with Lick Creek Falls Trail at mile 2.
Lick Creek Falls Trail #631A
Lick Fork Lake Trail is a 0. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Directions from Edgefield: Take SC route 23 south 8.
The Sweedler Preserve at Lick Brook has three major falls - 25ft, 47ft, and 93ft, in a hidden nature preserve. The best time to view the waterfalls is after a rainstorm. Best viewing from the blue-blazed section of the Finger Lakes Trail. Follow Rt.