Kinnie Brook Falls are a backcountry waterfall found in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, amongst a deep valley of mossy rocks and hardwood trees. There are upper and lower falls along Kinnie Brook. Both are within 100 metres of each … Continue reading Kinnie Brook Falls
A backcountry waterfall in Fundy National Park, Upper Bennett Brook Falls have 100 ft rock walls guarding the falls. The falls are easily 40 feet tall, a mix of a three tiered cascade and plunge falls with pools between … Continue reading Upper Bennett Brook Falls
Herring Cove Falls are located in Fundy National Park as part of the Coastal Trail. These four meter slide falls are unique as the river abruptly changes direction at the falls. The falls are a roadside-parking lot attraction in the park and a short trail from a group picnic site. To get there, head to the Fundy National Park Headquarters and take the Point Wolfe Road (only open during vistor season May-October) to Herring Cove Beach parking lot. Proceed on the Coastal trail a short distance to the falls. During off season, you must hike the first section of the … Continue reading Herring Cove Falls
A unique winter beauty near the Sussex area. Continue reading Parlee Brook Ice Falls
There are some waterfalls that stand out from the crowd. The Greats will feature some of these falls and show why they are worth the visit.
Mary Pitcher Falls is one of the nicer falls to visit. There are upper and lower falls and both have been featured on this site.
A waterfall found in the city of Saint John. Continue reading Silver Falls
Howland Falls are located in the community of Bear Island, near Mactaquac Provinical Park. As a roadside attraction, the 4-5m slot type falls flow into a large pool area which is nice for swimming. The rest of the location is great … Continue reading Howland Falls
Found south of Nackawic in Upper Queensbury, Coac Falls are in a steep and well forested gully. Coac falls have several steps from the river above and flow strongly over 20 metres into a 1.5 metre deep pool at the bottom. … Continue reading Coac Falls
Big Rody Falls (pronounced ‘Roady’) can be found near the scenic seaside village of St. Martin’s. Big Rody Falls are one of many that line the Rody Brook which eventually flows into the Big Salmon River. The larger fall in … Continue reading Big Rody Falls
Goose Creek is a unique watercourse with many waterfalls flowing from the Fundy Foothills. Continue reading The Waterfalls of Goose Creek
The Midland Ice Caves are a naturally occurring frozen waterfall, fed from a spring that eventually flows into Belleisle Creek and Belleisle Bay. The ‘caves’ can be found in a forest gully which has the beginnings a stream leading down the hill toward Springfield. A small stream flows over a rocky overhang and freezes into a pictureseque ice wall. The ice caves in Midland are a popular spot in the winter time for snowmobilers as it is along one of the regular routes through the area. The routes to the caves are snowmobile trails, but snowshoeing and hikers are allowed, … Continue reading Midland Ice Caves
Hells Kitchen Falls on Falls Brook can be found in the Fundy Foothills south of Hammondvale and the old Shepody Road. Falls brook and nearby Hemlock Brook are tributaries of the Big Salmon River and lie north of the river hidden in the valleys leading to the Fundy shore. They are also in the area of Mary Pitcher Falls, which is just to the east of Falls brook. Hells Kitchen Falls are nestled in a steep rocky gorge and can be hidden from view without some climbing or swimming. The falls used to be a tricky obstacle for 19th century … Continue reading Hells Kitchen Falls