Big Bradley Waterfall Trek
Our guided Waterfall Trek starts at the breathtaking Big Bradley Falls – plunging over 120 ft into the pool below. A 30 ft rappel drops you into the Cove Creek Gorge, home to lush vegetation, huge swimming holes, waterfall jumps, and one of the largest salamanders in the world.
From the base of Bradley Falls, enjoy an amphibious hike down the gorge boulder-hopping and jumping into deep, green swimming holes –perfect for an adventurous group! Combined your Trek with the Bradley Falls 200 ft Rappel for a full-day canyoneering expedition (lunch included)!
What is a Waterfall Trek? It’s hard to describe this unique experience, even by guests who have completed it. Some call it a river playground adventure, others an “amphibious” hike, but everyone agrees that it’s an exceptional adventure. Your Trek starts with a 0.75 mile hike to the top of Bradley Falls. After a 30 ft rappel to access the base of the falls, hike down the creek bed as you encounter countless challenges including boulder hopping, waterfall jumps, and balancing on logs. Take the easy route, or follow the path of the water. But, don’t forget to look around at this extraordinary place.
A light snack and water are provided on the trip.
The Big Bradley Waterfall Trek is a high-adventure, wilderness experience, which requires active participation. This trip is not recommended for some older adults or participants with health conditions that may require immediate attention.
Bradley Falls Trek map
a 4-mile, Amphibious, boulder-hopping, waterfall Adventure
- 1-mile hike in • Wildflowers and Wildlife
- 30 ft Vertical wall • Get lowered or rappel, it’s the only access to the base of Bradley Falls
- Bradley Falls • 140 ft
- Lunch or Snack Spot
- Knotted Rope Lower • Brave the waterfall tunnel or walk around
- Gorge #1 • Negotiate this section of stair stepping waterfalls, choose your path carefully!
- Poplar Bridge • Take a photo of your group on this fallen old growth tree.
- Gorge #2 • A swimming hole paradise
- Jump off rock • Just a part of the journey
- Rock Slide
- Wolcott Bottoms • Hike through the rich agricultural history of the Green River Cove microclimate-famous for its heirloom tomatoes
|Age Requirements||Minimum Age: 12. No previous experience required.|
|Intended Audience||Suggested for high-energy, adventurous participants in reasonably good physical condition. All trips are guide-assisted.|
Our trips run rain or shine!
Close-toed shoes with a heal strap are required. You will be walking on unstable and wet terrain.
All gear and a snack is provided.
Catered lunch options available.
What to Bring
- T-shirt and swim trunks – synthetic material, no cotton
- Extra warm layer – synthetic material, no cotton
- Sturdy shoes – that are good for hiking and walking on slippery rocks. ***We rent shoes at our outpost.
- Towel and dry change of clothes
- Eyeglasses/Sunglasses – with a retaining strap
- Extra pair of contact lenses
- Required Medications
- *If you forget something, our outfitter store will probably have it!
- Guests are expected to arrive 15 minutes prior to scheduled trip time. If you are running late, we will do our best to accommodate you on another trip, given availability. No refunds will be issued for late arrivals.
- All guests are required to sign a waiver. Participants under 18 years are required to have a parent or guardian sign the waiver.
- All reservations are charged in full at the time of booking.
- If you need cancel or modify your reservation, you are required to notify us 72 hours/3 days prior to your scheduled trip.
- Cancellations or modifications made within 72 hours/3 days of trip are NOT eligible for refund.
- Groups of 10 or more receiving a group discount pay a 50% deposit to reserve trips. Group cancellations or modifications are NOT eligible for refund within 14 days of scheduled trip.
Weather and High/Low Water
Green River Adventures’ trips run regardless of weather conditions, with the exception of weather or water conditions deemed too dangerous by Green River Adventures. Passing thunderstorms are common in the summer, but rarely result in cancelled or delayed trips. At our discretion, we may delay or postpone a trip in order to avoid passing thunderstorms. In the event a trip is cancelled, you will receive a full refund.