Sunday, 29 July 2012


ANNANDALE FALLS
East Wentworth, Cumberland County
N 45° 37.137 W 063° 29.951
20T E 461 082 N 5051 832

photo by Bryce Haight (2014)
Summit Photography

RIVER: East Branch Wallace River
CLASS: plunge
SIZE: 60'
RATING: excellent (****)

TRAIL: dirt road
DISTANCE: 1 km
HIKING TIME: 1 hour
CONDITIONS: moderate

Geocache: GCYKY1

NS Atlas Page: 29/V3
NS topo map: 01 1 E1 1

photo - Benoit Lalonde (2009)

DIRECTIONS: from Amherst, drive eastward along HWY1 04, 44km to Exit7. Exit eastbound onto HWY4 and follow this road 23km to the intersection with HWY246, and turn left. Continue
on this road 5.8km and turn onto a dirt road on your right. Follow this past a blueberry field on your left about 0.8km along and park when you come to the fork in the road on the right hand
side of the road.
photo by the geoscotians (2007)

Trail Description: follow the right hand fork dirt trail into the woods for about 1 00m and watch for a trail on your right hand side with ropes leading down into the canyon downstream from the falls. Make your way down to the stream and walk upstream to the falls.

photo by Tammy Aucoin (2014)

Annandale Falls are the tallest amongst the Wentworth Valley region of waterfalls, and are one of the more accessible. Wintertime visits will require parking off HWY246 and hiking the full 1 km into the falls.


photo - Sylvia Fisher (2011)