The first of the three waterfalls at Deckertown can be accessed within a brief hike past an old mill site to a fork. Follow the left path down to the creek bed and follow the stream to the base of Lower Deckertown Falls, a 10-foot chute. The middle waterfall, a 10-foot slide, is generally inaccessible due to unstable hillside conditions.
Upper Deckertown cascades, a little less than 40-feet in height, which can’t be seen from the base, can be spotted from the trail that hugs the south rim of Catlin Mill Creek. It is all but inaccessible due to unstable slate that lines the hillsides. To access the secluded canyon, bring some basic rope and climbing gear and scale down the slate slopes.