The Falls of Hills Creek Scenic Area, a part of the Monongahela National Forest, features three scenic waterfalls along Hill Creek in West Virginia.
The waterfalls of Hills Creek are worth the trek down a steep trail—which includes laboring up and down 382 steps over 1½-miles. Layers of hard sandstone rock are exposed over soft layers of red shale causing the sandstone to fracture and fall, leaving behind three magnificent waterfalls.
- Upper Falls of Hills Creek: A 25-foot fan waterfall
- Middle Falls of Hills Creek: A 45-foot fan waterfall
- Lower Falls of Hills Creek: A 63-foot plunge waterfall, the second-highest cascade in the state
The trail passes by over 40 different species of seasonal wildflowers and winds its way through thickets of rhododendron and towering hardwoods.
The Cranberry Mountain Nature Center is a short drive from the Falls of Hill Creek, and features exhibits, an auditorium, regularly scheduled events and programs, a native plant garden, and a nature trail.