As promised, a short note about the water fall we visited on Sunday – after hiking around Bomidon.
It was mid to late afternoon and the discussion revolved around how much day light remained and would we have time to reach the falls (and for me – to come back out!). About half the crew was keen, and so it was agreed to go. A short drive away set us at the start of the walk. The walk in was indeed short, but in some ways just as challenging as the earlier 10 k walk. There is no established trail, just a path worn by people on their way to the falls; and there was the brook to cross too. The water was too deep for handy stepping stones. One lucky soul had worn rubber boots. The rest of us balanced on a downed tree trunk and leapt to shoreline boulders. After a short walk we scrambled down the ravine to see the falls at their best.
These falls are well worth the visit. They are located on one of the many brooks emptying into the Bay of Fundy; in this case, not too far from Baxters Harbour. I’ve marked them on my map and hope to go back to take a gps settings.