The Lower Falls on Fall Brook
                           at
           Salt Spring State Park

The Lower Falls on Fall Brook at Salt Spring State Park is the first of three falls encountered as one wades up Fall Brook from the Park Headquarters.  This falls is a broad cascading drop of about 10 feet.  The park is in northern in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, near the New York State line.  On February 28th 2017 the forecast was for rain but I found myself in a race against the brightly rising sun once more.

There is no trail along the stream, one simply wades along the stream edge.  To reach the middle and the upper falls one must climb each fall as it is encountered.  The stream flow was cold, high and strong and I "wimped out" on even attempting to scale the Lower Falls.  As a result the remaining two falls will have to wait for a visit when the flow is lower and the air warmer.

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Salt Spring's Fall Brook Lower Falls
Salt Spring's Fall Brook lower Falls
APPROACHING FALL BROOK'S LOWER FALLS
Salt Spring Fall Brook Falls
Fall Brook's Lower Falls
Fall Brook at Salt Spring
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A word about Salt Spring State Park
This park is 842 acres of beautiful woodlands, streams and trails.  It is a great example of Commonwealth and private cooperation for preservation.  The Friends of Salt Spring Park care for, manage, and support the park.  They offer special programs and educational opportunities
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