About Terrace Falls
A very pretty waterfall when there is flow in the creek. Unfortunately, this creek dries up for much of the year, and like all of the many little waterfalls in the Short Hills Provincial Park, you need to time your visit. Forget summer, try to arrive a day or two after a good soaking rain in spring or late winter, or perhaps during a wet period in November. The falls itself is 7 to 8 m high and up to 20 m wide at full flow. This makes it easily the biggest in the Short Hills, other than Swayze Falls, which though taller, also suffers from low flow during regular weather condnitions. To access you can take the Terrace Creek trail :-) But this trail was closed at the time of writing. Not to worry, as there is another easy way to access.
Some quick facts