This especially interesting section of East Canada Creek has a series of waterfalls, chutes, and potholes that drop more than 15 feet. The bubbling waters and pebbles have worn deep depressions into the rock stream bed. The area is a beautiful spot for a picnic and is easily accessed via a short walk upstream.
How to get there
The falls are 10.5 miles southwest of Piseco Lake. From Speculator, head west on state Route 8 and drive 12.2 miles to Route 10, and make a left heading south. Drive another 1.2 miles and make the first right onto Powley Road (dirt road), which may or may not have a sign. Continue on Powley Road for 10.4 miles and look for Brayhouse Brook, just before passing into Fulton County.
Stay on the north bank of the stream and head east, going downstream, until you get to where Brayhouse Brook enters the East Canada Creek. Head left, and travel upstream for 0.1 mile to the falls.