Lower Fruitland Falls is a Talus Ribbon Cascade located on the Fruitland Creek. Its height is 6 metres (20 feet) and its width is 2.4 metres (8 feet). Its flow is strongest during peak storms and the seasonal snow melt.
Lower Fruitland Falls was first mentioned on the website belonging to Mark Harris from about 2002/2003.
How to get there
Lower Fruitland Falls is located about 1 km east of Dewitt Rd. on the north side of the railway tracks. Be careful walking along the tracks as trains do go by. It is also a difficult climb down the escarpment to view this waterfall, so be careful.
Lower Fruitland Falls Video
(by David Wootton)
Lower Fruitland Falls Photos