This is a hike to two different waterfalls located close to each other. One of the fall is located approximately at 45.551396°, -62.351111°while the other is approximately located at 45.555738°,-62.346604° To see the first fall you will need to bushwack your way through a nice piece of Acadian forest all the way down to the small brook and then follow it to the fall. The second and quite large fall is on the French River. For this one there is a woods road you can hike down from the Germaine Rd almost all the way to the falls. Closeby is the Browning Brook falls which are also nice to explore.
Highway 4 in Kenzieville turn on Barneys River East side rd and then on Bannerman Rd…continue until it becomes Mcgraths Mountain Rd and then turn on Germaine Rd. Both sets are accessed through two different logging road which offshoot from the Germaine Rd
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Can't wait to visit during the other seasons! DownsideWinter season makes the trek that much more challenging. You'll get a workout just trying to get there. The overgrown Alder trees make it challenging to navigate to the bottom of the logging road to get to the falls. CommentNOT to be confused with the French River Falls in Victoria County, NS.