Moonshine Falls and Confusion Falls
Of the four possible ways to get there, the one that appealed to me was the route from Caesars Head State Park where I could enjoy the fall view from the overlook before heading out. This route, one way, is about 4 miles according to OsmAnd+, one of my navigation apps I used to guide me to the falls. This route is downhill toward the waterfall, making it uphill on the way back.
But first, the Caesars Head overlook. I took a quick tour of Devil's Kitchen,
Naturatrust Trail #14 parallels the highway for a distance, crosses a driveway, before descending and heading away from the highway. A short distance down the trail is Rock Cliff Falls. The lighting here was unhelpful, and so was the flow.
A cairn marks the intersection of the trail to Confusion Falls.
I made my way back the trail and headed downstream. The trail became faint and I eventually couldn't find it anymore. I left the ridge line and began a sweeping arc down the steep slope toward the creek. At the bottom, I passed by a campsite just downstream from the falls.
When I did get back to my car, the sun was setting and the light was fading. A few minutes more and my tablet would have been repurposed as my flashlight!
Below is a general map of the trails in the area. Zoom in to the bottom left to better see where the two waterfalls are:
I've shared my photos to Moonshine Falls and Confusion Falls - Oct 2015 on Flickr and an album of the same name on Google Photos. I'd like to come back sometime, but this time via Pinnacle Pass Trail and preferably on a cloudy but dry day.