After receiving a tip on a waterfall in the area, I set out to explore. I looked at satellite imagery and spotted a path or dirt road that paralleled the McClure's brook in Truro. I started walking on the train tracks until I found a decent spot to cut over to the path. Once I got on the path, I realised it was an old railway that was removed. I followed the old railway path to the location that was described and pushed though a small thicket to a tributary where a small creek joined. I followed the creek up to the first set of falls and then proceeded to continue to another two or three more falls. The first fall is about 5 or 6 foot, the second which could be considered either cascading or two separate waterfalls are close to 15 ft combined.
In Truro head south on Willow street and park across from Crosley Carpets. head to the train tracks and walk until you get behind the Surgain feed mill. Next cut through a medium thick forest for 100ft until you reach the old railway path. Follow the path south until you reach (45.33898, -63.29497) from this point, cut through the woods until you reach the tributary on the McClures Brook 45.33865, -63.29742 Follow the stream and the first set of falls is at 45.3379, -63.29755 and the second and third are at 45.33769, -63.29813
If you want to go directly to the falls then park across from Blakeney Dr at 45.33963, -63.29476 cross the tracks and cut through the forest for 100ft until you reach the path and then you can proceed as above from 45.33898, -63.29497
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