Height: 25 feet
Trail Type: Dirt
Hike Distance: 0.25 mile
Juney Whank Falls is a relatively small falls in terms of waterflow, but it has a lot of character. The falls are in two sections – one small drop and a larger bottom section where the water slides down a somewhat rough rock face, oftentimes catching on a jagged edge and spouting outward.
Same as for Tom Branch Falls.
There are two ways to visit this waterfall. You can do it as either the first or last waterfall on the loop that includes Tom Branch and Indian Creek Falls. If you choose to visit Juney Whank first, you’ll take the Juney Whank Falls trail from the parking area and ascend the steep ridge. If you choose to do this falls last, you’ll turn right onto the Juney Whank Falls trail after passing Tom Branch Falls on the way back. In either case, the ascent up the hill is incredibly steep, but if you take your time you’ll be fine.