- Location: Near Fayetteville, WV (Fayette County)
- Elevation: 1,191 feet
- Coordinates: 38.058389, -81.080208 / (38°03’30.2″N 81°04’48.8″W)
- Waterway: Wolf Creek
- Height: About 12 feet
Upper Wolf Creek Falls is a fantastic waterfall located along Wolf Creek in Fayette County. Standing at about twelve feet in height, the waterfall is located off a trail that is easily accessible and makes for a good spot for a picnic.
The waterfall is reachable by heading off of Fayette Station Road. In this area, Fayette Station Road is a one-way road. After accessing Fayette Station Road from the Canyon Rim Visitor Center, you’ll drive slowly for two or three miles down to the Fayette Station Bridge. It’s an old bridge that crosses the New River. Once you cross that bridge, you’ll drive for another mile to 1.5 miles until you come across a tight paperclip turn to the right. There’s some parking at this spot, and that’s where the trailhead is. The trail goes off to the right upstream, while Kaymoor Falls is downstream (to be visited soon). It’s only a couple hundred feet up this well-traveled path.