OverviewFacilitiesGlen Falls is a 1.5 mile out and back trail located near Chattanooga, Tennessee that features a waterfall. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksBarbara Edwards (146)1 month ago1 Completed1 ReviewsHard to find is an understatement, but we finally did. Beautiful hike today! I am sure I'll feel it tomorrow. My daughter came with me with her daughter in a backpack. She did very well. Can't wait to bring my husband! The trail is a little rocky in places, but otherwise is in great shape. Thank you to the person who put the rocks in the mud to make that small section passable.Ben Carter (108)2 months ago3 Completed3 ReviewsMy family and I love this trail!!! It's a quick out and back if you rush, but it's more enjoyable to take your time. Pack a small snack, and if the water is low(er) you can step out on one of the bigger flat top boulders, sit in the sun, and have a nice little picnic. Can sometimes be crowded, but that's what you deal with for being so close to civilization. The pull-off is a little tricky, I almost always miss it even tho we have been there 6+ times. Highly recommended.cole s (139)2 months ago14 Completed7 Reviewsan in and out hike with so many other great hikes nearby this is an easy recommendation! try to fit this one in with a few others to boost the intensity and experience! also the trail head starts along a pull off of the ochs hwy. just (uphill) of sanders rd. altogether very nice! sunset rock may be and excellent pairing if you dont have much time but want to see a few things in one trip.Rob Kent (125)9 months ago3 Completed3 ReviewsEasy, short hike. But beautiful and worth checking out.Baruch Logue (154)9 months ago3 Completed3 ReviewsNeat little trail. Really easy hike with opportunities to climb through the creek bed and back into the source stream above the waterfall. Definitely worth it after a big rainfall. On a hot day the canopy provides much cooler temperatures for an enjoyable day.Erik Bowman (641)1 year ago37 Completed14 ReviewsDecent trail that is being developed better. it is right off of Ochs highway. Kinda hard to find. as you go up the mountain it will on your left, downhill, on your right. it is not well marked. Also there is tremendous amount of poison ivy throughout the trail so be very careful to stay on the trail. Otherwise it is a nice short hike. there is a pool that you can wade in at the bottom of the falls.Kelli Lewis (548)1 year ago31 Completed5 ReviewsI really love this trail. It's easy enough to complete quickly, but has enough inclines to give a pretty good workout. Nice overlook just past Glen Falls, and if you keep going after that, the creek that feeds Glen Falls has some nice photo ops as well. I love that it's so close to civilization but is still such a beautiful hike. I went on a rainy day, and if you do that, and feel the need to step into the creek, you will probably fall! This wasn't my first creek-wading adventure, and I'm usually pretty good at navigating a mossy rock bed, but I still fell twice. All in all, it's a great hike even for a less experienced hiker.Daniel Sullins (593)1 year ago8 Completed7 ReviewsThis is a fairly short trail that leads to a small but beautiful waterfall. The trail follows right beside one of the many visible rock walls on the side of Lookout mountain. There are boulders everywhere near the path that are interesting to look at. The path itself is very well maintained and its a easy stroll to the falls. Once you reach the falls pool look for the trail leading to the top that goes through a tunnel in the rock. Once at the top there is a magnificent rock bed that serves as the path for the stream that feeds the falls. This trail is beautiful any time of the year but especially after a good rain storm so the falls are nice and big. It may be possible to have great views of downtown Chattanooga once the leaves fall from the trees but in the spring its hard to see anything past the tree canopys. This is a special trail that everyone should experience if they have the time and are in the Chattanooga area.