This waterfall does not require a big effort in terms of distance walking or vertical feet ascent but it’s one of those places more people should no about. At this particular spot, the stream has a true drop of about 45 feet into a small gorge.
From the road, there is a small unofficial trail through some tall grass and then it enters the forest. The forest is a mixture of mature conifers and leafy trees. Once you are in the forest you should hear the roar of the fall. The trail is easy enough for children but you have to watch over them at the last part as you descend into the small gorge. At the bottom there is a small pool but it seems very shallow for swimming. The fall stands impressively in front of you and you are able to go behind it.
As of April 2019, I was made aware that the owners of this land would prefer for people not to see out this fall and therefore I have removed the coordinates to it.
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Posted By: karlab
- Tue May 28 15:29:46 UTC 2019
QuestionJust wanted conformation about the accessibility of this falls. Whether or not it is truly not able to be viewed because of the land it sits in being private property, and the owners do not wish to have strangers travelling all over it?ANSWERS are in this forum: St Croix Cove Falls, Nova Scotia