Annandale Falls is the tallest falls in the Wentworth Valley.
The hike is not part of a trail system and may be hard to find. It is unmarked and not groomed.
Seeing the falls requires a difficult hike down a steep hill. There may be ropes, but they may not be safe as they are exposed to the elements. If you decided to make the climb, exercise caution.
Getting to Annandale Falls
On the old #4 Hwy North of Wentworth Station you’ll find Route 246. As you drive east on Route 246 you’ll come to Axe Handle Factory Road. Take that road until you reach the Y intersection. Park in that area and try to find the trail leading to the woods and down to the falls.
To get directions to Annandale Falls click the directions link on the following map. When the larger map appears click your current location and the quickest route will be mapped for you.
Check out our guide to Nova Scotia waterfalls.
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