St Clair's Falls

St Clair's Falls

St Clair's Falls are unusual as they comprise a double cascade from different water sources. The biggest waterfall, the Maha Ella - 80m high - is situated on the Kotmale Oya. This waterfall flows over a rock ledge, divides into three cascades, and plunges into a pool, producing vaporous veils. The smaller of the two, the Kuda Ella. 50m high - is situated on a tributary of the Kotmale Oya. Most visitors will view these falls from the A7 because - as with the Devon Falls - St Clair's Falls are set close to this road, just 3km from Talawakele. To visit the bigger waterfall, the Maha Ella, take the 500m footpath leading from the A7. The smaller one, the Kuda Ella, is situated close to the road and can be best seen on the bend near the 90km post

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