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Steady Brook Falls, Newfoundland and Labrador

5 May 2010 by Peter Bull in Hiking & Walking
Region: Western

By Peter Bull, Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

Steady Brook Falls is worth the hike anytime of the year, but early spring is definitely the best. Located about six kilometres east of Corner Brook and just off the Trans Canada Highway, the falls are very accessible and a great place to stretch you legs. We took the short hike to the falls on April 17th. Warm sunny days melting high country snow followed by rain brought the falls up to an impressive level the day of our hike. The falls can be seen from the Trans Canada Highway but one should really pull off at Steady Brook (Exit 8) and experience it fully. The trailhead is behind the Tim Horton's at the base of Marble Mountain and there are two viewing platforms providing excellent photo opportunities.