Fall Brook Falls was first found and measured to be 30 metres tall by William Ganong in the late 1800s as he surveyed most of New Brunswick’s natural features! The waterfall is New Brunswick’s highest continually running waterfall, with high cliffs on three sides. The Fall Brook stream leads into a ravine, and there is a path to the side of the stream that can be followed, with the help of rails and ropes.

Caution is advised on the trail as it is slippery in rainy weather. When at the base of the waterfall, beware of falling rocks.

Once you reach the gate house, you will be required to enter the gate house, pay a $10 entrance fee, and sign a liability waiver.

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