Log Hollow Falls is a 25-foot waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest. While it's an easy one-mile roundtrip hike to reach, it's still a hidden jewel that many waterfall lovers miss. Plus, there's a second 80-foot waterfall about a quarter-mile past Log Hollow (Kissing Falls). Like many waterfalls in the North Carolina mountains, there are no signs at all. So you need to take along exact directions.
The hike is easy since you follow the Forest Service Road 5043 that is closed to vehicles. This waterfall gets many fewer guests than it's popular neighbor, Looking Glass Falls since it's located off a one-lane unpaved road. So it's a great waterfall to often have all by yourself. In late July and early August, enjoy plenty of wild blackberries along the trail!