Waterfalls, sea caves, minerals, rock climbing...this place has it all ! I had previously driven through Morden to see another waterfall when I noticed the awesome cliffs that are located to the east of the village along the Bay of Fundy.
The first part of the walk is on a cobble beach and you soon come to some large features that are covered by seaweed. this is a chocking point...Two hours before high tide, you will not be able to go around it anymore and you will need to bushwack along the cliffs (like I did on my gps track).
Around the feature, the tall cliffs start and the major waterfall to see is right there. After a little while you come up to a small cave with some cool looking minerals at the end of it.
At this point, you come to a major brook flowing out and into the Bay. this will be your escape route if the tide goes up too much. after the brook, you will pass a couple of good looking ice climbs on the cliffs before coming to a large crevasse type feature. A very large pillar of stone is now fully detached from the cliff and you can go behind it...and if you are brave enough, I guess you could stem the whole thing 80ft plus!
There is no end to the walk, just turn back when you feel like it and watch out for the tide
Highway 101. Aylesford Exit. Go up the north Mountain to the village of Morden and park by the each and walk east
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