Wentworth Falls is a wonderful waterfall near the town of Truro in the beautiful Wentworth Valley. Judy and I visit it often and the photographic opportunities are excellent. Each time we visit, the falls looks a bit different. It is especially stunning in the autumn with the fall colours. It is best to visit just after some rainfall, as this waterfall is especially sensitive to the amount of precipitation. However, if it has not rained for some time, it is still worth visiting to see and photograph the ribbons of water that snake down its 55 ft drop. More information can be found at Water Falls of Nova Scotia.
Below, you will find a map and some directions to the falls. This waterfall is about a five minute walk from the 104 Highway.
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