Those of us lucky enough to live in Nova Scotia have access to some of the most diverse landscapes in the country.  Our national and provincial parks are full of rolling cliffs and otherworldly vistas.

The following is a list of some incredible waterfalls all over the province that you have to see this fall.  Given there are hundreds of waterfalls in Nova Scotia, we included a short list of some of the most beautiful, accessible water systems for you to chase.  Or just stick to the rivers you're used to.  Whatever works.

via @riehll_ns

Mill Falls

Kejimkujik National Park


via @rincam

Washabuck Falls/Saint Columba’s Falls

Victoria County


via @kaylie_byrne

Slaughenwhites Cascades

Halifax


via @reid1379

Island View Falls/ MacIntosh Falls

Cape Breton


via @dwnwht

Devil's Hills Falls

Cape Breton


via @katieegormley

Egypt Falls

Scotsville 


via @shanal90

Nictaux Falls

The Annapolis Valley


via @katie_westhaver

Uisage Ban Falls

Uisage Ban Provincial Park


via @junjf

Mary Ann Falls

Cape Breton Highlands National Park


via @mrs_chelsea_smith

North River Falls

Cape Breton


via @aburgine_stormcloud

Baxter Harbour Falls

Kentville


via @hyungukang

Ward’s Falls

Parrsboro


via @tamaragallant

Victoria Park Falls

Truro


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