This is a cool little exploration I did in a part of the province often overlooked in terms of waterfalls. The funny part is that I had previously explored a few brooks (Byers nearby) for waterfalls but managed to bypass the most scenic one; Curling Club Fall (Thanks to Lisa H for the local name).
As the name suggests, the start of this exploration is in the parking lot of the curling club. I went to the back of the building and followed the brook upstream. After 100m, I decided to go towards a clearing instead of following the brook. after 300m or so I could hear the roar of the fall and found my way in a dense evergreen stand. I lucked out and found a path that followed the ridge and then plunged into the ravine. Its very steep here and a rope is in place. Once down you are 10m from the fall. Its a gorgeous three tier with a massive rock outcrop in the middle.
In Boylstown, take the N Riverside Rd. Park at the Curling Club by the side of Meaghers Brook and follow it upstream to the fall at approximately; 45°26'42.7"N 61°30'02.8"W
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