Heald Stream Falls is a beautiful remote waterfall that can be found in the Jackman Moose River Region.
Heald Stream is a beautiful remote waterfall that can be found north of the Jackman Moose River Region. If privacy is what you are seeking, this waterfall will be perfect for you. Due to its remoteness, it has few visitors. The waterfall consists of multiple drops, totaling 18 feet. The largest drop is 8 feet. There are several small dark pools that are perfect for swimming or wading.
To find the Heald Stream Falls drive north on Route 201, approximately 9.5 miles north or route 6 and 15 in Jackman you will reach the Bald Mountain Road on the right side of the road. The Bald Mountain Road is a well maintained dirt logging road. Please yield to all logging traffic on the road, they have the right of way. Travel east on the Bald Mountain Road for 2.4 miles, where you will cross a small bridge over Heald Stream. There is a small campsite and parking area immediately to the right after crossing the bridge.
The falls begin 50 feet downstream from the bridge. From the parking area follow a rough, and partially overgrown path down to the base of the main 8-foot falls. You may bushwhack 50 feet further down stream to view the rest of the falls if you feel adventurous. Please use caution and be mindful of loose and slippery rocks.
More information can be found using the following link, https://newenglandwaterfalls.com/me-healdstreamfalls.html Happy hiking!
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