From Foster Falls to Lone Ash is a 5 mile, easy, slight downhill gradient with parking available only at Foster Falls. A brief detour away from the trail offers views of the falls after which the town was named. From the falls to Bertha the trail is somewhat isolated as it winds along the bank of the river. Closer to Lone Ash you will discover several of the highlights of this section of the trail. Near milepost twenty is the grave site of Revolutionary War veteran John Calfee, while just a little ways away is Bertha Cave, a natural wonder that is truly unique and where, at twilight one can often see bats flying from the cave on their nightly forays for food.
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