From Spartanburg head west on I-26. At the Saluda exit (28) take a right and head north approximately 3 miles. At the bottom of the incline is a gate on the left hand side. On the other side of the gate is the start of the trail. The road down to the trailhead is paved. You’ll see a 100 ft waterfall, Very deep canyon. One of trails to bottom required using a rope to go down a 28 ft rock face which is a blast i bet!
The trail starts off by going north through a small open pasture. It is a nice stroll under a canopy of trees along the creek. After a 1/4 mile look down to the right and note the rapids of the small canyon. After viewing Little Bradley Falls, rock-hop across the creek and continue north. At the top of the incline veer right and follow the unmarked trail around the ridge line to a viewing area. Caution: this viewing platform are natural rocks with no railing. The canyon and Bradley Falls can be viewed from this point. Some hikers attempt to get to the base of the falls through an alternate route. This is extremely hazardous and extreme caution should be exercised anywhere near the waterfall as numerous accidents have occurred here in the past.