Exciting to find a lesser known venue with a waterfall . . . It may be smaller than the more known Connecticut falls but its a dual waterfall and one you can walk around or through and see from the top or the bottom.
The first area you reach on the trail to the falls is the waterfall overlook. It was interesting to watch the water flow through the icy overhangs the water creates.
There’s a pretty vocal controversy in the outdoor groups about the painted rocks found on hikes. Some view it as trash left behind and others view it as motivational. While I do appreciate both sides I lean towards liking the rocks. When I stumbled on the one above I smiled not only by the message but that someone out there made the effort and wanted to make a stranger smile.
I took a short clip of the flow going through the ice and snow formations to share since it’s not a frequent occurrence.
I also enjoyed the wooden bridge held up by zen stacked rocks where you can sit and contemplate the flow of the dual falls. I look forward to returning to the other trails and points of interest on the property.
Couple this day with a visit to Bluff Point in Groton for a walk out on the peninsula onto the Sound. Refer to link below.