At only a 0.2 mile roundtrip hike this waterfall has the shortest approach. Twin Falls is not so much two identical waterfalls, but two that are side by side. From the road you will have to cross a stream, which can be very tricky. A log spans the gap, but can be very slippery and a bit nerving to use. Just about 20 feet upstream there is a shallow water area, where many cross on the rocks, this might be the best solution.
On the other side of the small stream you can hang a right, and head down to the base of the waterfall and the site of an old iron ore blast furnace.Tons of glass slag had recreated the shoreline of the river at this point. From the shore an outstanding view of the larger waterfall can be had.
To reach the top of the large waterfall take a left back at the top of the hill, but be very careful around the top, it can be quite slippery. Near the base of the waterfalls there is an excellent spot to take a swim on a hot day and you may see others doing the same. But be very careful and wear shoes, the glass slag is very sharp.
Just west of Cranberry Lake locate Tooley Pond Road. Turn down Tooley Pond Road and continue for 13.8 miles to the small trailhead on the left.
Look for do not litter sign on a tree, this is the best parking.
Trail Uses: Hike, Snowshoe
Part of the "Waterfalls of Tooley Pond Road"