On MLT’s newest preserve, this trail goes up Wight Brook along the falls for approximately half a mile. There are numerous flat rocks along the way to have picnics and waterslides for playing in the brook. Please respect the landowners on both sides of the property and stay on the marked trail. Please note that with the beautiful weather this summer, there may be a shortage of space in the parking lot on peak days. Due to safety concerns, parking is not permitted along the road sides. You may want to travel north to Screw Auger Falls in Grafton Notch State Park and see if on your return trip you will find parking.
This newly-constructed trail branches off the main trail on Rumford Whitecap, circles below the summit, and continues on Land Trust property over to the summit of Black Mountain and then down to the parking lot of the ski lodge.
It is listed on Maine Trailfinder.