|Mike crosses the top of one of the falls located east of Seeley Beach.|
|A small set of falls inside FNP is worth checking out.|
After leaving the park you cross a number of steep valleys and small ravines. No doubt every one of them has a small waterfall or chute and I struggle not to clamber up each little water course in an effort to maintain the loose schedule that we have set. Unfortunately, we all need to return to a hectic life based on needs and wants after the weekend. The next set of falls though removes all thoughts of that life. Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum Falls is a large set of falls and can cause even the most negative among us to smile and raise his voice an octave higher as we share our thoughts on this great wilderness we are so privileged to take in and enjoy. The modest pool at the bottom of these falls are irresistible and you have to wade in and have your picture taken. Once done there your curiosity will compel you to climb to the top and explore further.
|Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum Falls is a short hike off the main Fundy Footpath but well worth the hike. There is nearby camping that makes this an iconic location on the Footpath.|
|The falls at the mouth of Telegraph Brook have eroded down over time but are still impressive.|
|The unnamed falls along the true right bank of Wolfe Brook.|
As icons go there are few along the Fundy Coast Wilderness area that compare to Walton Glen Canyon and the associated falls. Although they are not on the FFP, they are worth taking the time to see. Approximately a 2 hour hike from the Dustin Brook campsite these impressive falls are made all the more impressive because of the wilderness you need to traverse to get there. The Eye of the Needle and Walton Glen Canyon are narrow slots with large rock faces all around. A hiker spends more time looking up instead of down which in this location can be dangerous.
|The Walton Glen Falls as photographed during a 2009 trip.|
There are many more falls but these are some of the best. Below are some pics of other falls along the hike. Note the shadows on some of the photos and how they change the mood of each of the locations.