This is a hike to a small but picturesque fall near Drysdale Falls. Actually there path I took goes right to Drysdale and then continues about 700m further west to Lucas Falls.
The reason I called them Lucas is because of a fellow explorer who was kind enough to let me know about these falls. The path from Drysdale falls is basically an old woods road who kind of disappears in a hemlock grove. Once there aim for the small brook and follow it upstream to a 3ft drop followed by a 15-20 ft drop just upstream.
Park at N45.62916° W63.50780° which is the same parking spot people use to access Drysdale falls. Follow the well worn path to Drysdale. Once there continue just a bit further upstream and to the west where a good logging road is located. Once on it and following it south, you should see a fainter road on the right leading west and towards the falls which are located at; N45.62916° W63.50780°
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