Tuesday, 14 August 2012


LOGANS GLEN FALLS
North Side Whycocomagh Bay, Inverness County
N 45° 59.036 W 061° 02.211
20T E 652054 N 5094136


RIVER: Argyle Brook
CLASS: twin cascade (steep)
SIZE: 20'
RATING: excellent (***1 /2)

TRAIL: woods road
DISTANCE: 300m
HIKING TIME: 15 minutes
CONDITIONS: easy

GEOCACHE: GC1901V

NS Atlas Page: 22/Z1
NS topo map: 011F14 (Whycocomagh)

photo "falach fead" (2008)

DIRECTIONS: from Whycocomagh, drive northeast along HWY105 (the Transcanada Highway) approximately 9 km, turning left onto Logan Glen Road. Park at 45N58.999 061W01.937 in the clearing to the side of the road.

photo Robert Pierrynowski (2008)

Trail Description: walk up the hill along the old logging road, somewhere near 300 meters. The falls are on your left hand side, with a path easily seen leading down into the gully at the base of the falls. Further up along the stream there are many small cascades, but these are the main attraction along this brook.

photo: Amanda MacLoed (2013)


These charming twin falls drop nearly identical cascades a few meters from eachother, splitting around an outcropping and rejoining as one flow below the falls.  The left hand side fall has, in recent years, been quite dry, standing out in stark contrast to the beautiful fall on the right hand side.


photo Dan Gillis (2011)

photo Ian MacDougall (2010)

photo: Amanda MacLoed (2013)

postcard circa 1910

 (spring 2014)

 (spring 2014)

(spring 2014)