Okay enough rambling already. It should be pretty apparent that we have an attraction to backwoods waterfalls. So many times we have hiked along a small mountain stream in search of the perfect surprise where Mother Nature flicked her magic wand. She placed a rock here and a rock there and she stacked boulder after boulder and then ran a mountain stream right down the center of it to produce a backwoods waterfalls. We enjoy the splendor of these places more than words can describe. There is no better way to feel completely embraced in the arms of Mother Nature.
I believe I'm rambling again. So where is this waterfalls you may ask and does it have a name. It's actually along the Bucktail Path which is a 33 mile trail from Sizerville to Sinnemahoning. But before you have a coronary, relax, you don't have to hike all 33 miles. If you do your homework you can enjoy these falls with just a nice afternoon hike. As far as the name, we don't know if there is an official name but we and many others refer to it as Rock Run Falls. It's an awesome place and a very enjoyable hike.
This falls is real nice but the picture doesn't do it justice. I shot this photo with an inexpensive point and shoot and the makeshift tripod was a boulder.