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|Maple Falls||MAPLE FALLS (Essex County, 30-35 feet) trickles over a face
columns in South Mountain Reservation. Although rarely bearing
water, the falls is in a pretty setting and is interesting for its
To find Walnut Falls, walk along the Rahway River from the Locust Grove picnic area in Millburn; the falls is on a little tributary upstream from a stone footbridge.
||HEMLOCK FALLS (Essex County,
18-20 feet), also in South Mountain Reservation, is a three-tiered
cascade through the columnar basalt of Watchung Mountain. Not much
water in dry weather.
It may be found off the Lenape Trail near the Tulip Springs Boy Scout Area.