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Mountain Spring Falls

 

Mountain Spring Falls has three vertical drop sections and cascades. Its crest width at the top is 8 feet (2.4 metres) and its total height is 50 feet (15 metres). Its water source is some form of karst system, as seen by the opening in one of the photos below. The flow from Mountain Spring Falls empties into Davis Creek. Its GPS coordinates are 17T 0598464 4784239.

History

Mountain Spring Falls was discovered by Jeremy Shortt with some help from Jordan Allen. It obtained its name after Phil Armishaw found a wooden board bearing the words 'MOUNTAIN SPRING' on the slope where the waterfall is located.

How to get there

Mountain Spring Falls is located about 100 feet south of Taro Falls.


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Mountain Spring Falls Photo Gallery

Mountain Spring Falls
Jeremy Shortt holding the sign that gave Mountain Spring Falls its name. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls obtains water from some form of karst system, as seen above. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in full flow. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in full flow. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in full flow. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in full flow. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls entire height. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Top of Mountain Spring Falls where the water originates from the 8 ft. wide karst feature. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in winter. Photo by Dan Court. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in winter. Photo by Dan Court. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in winter. Photo by Dan Court. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls in winter. Photo by Dan Court. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
Mountain Spring Falls
Mountain Spring Falls. Photo by Jeremy Shortt. Click to enlarge.
   

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