Named for the rocky cliff that falls 1,000 feet below, this trail is for advanced hikers who like a challenge sprinkled with a few thrills thrown in. If you can make it to the summit, you will see a spectacular view of Champlain Mountain. Don't forget your camera and make sure it has a neck strap - you'll want your hands and arms for keeping your balance. This is trail has hazards and much of it isn't fenced in. If you are shaky on your feet and are scared of heights, sit this one out!