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Buttermilk Cascade

Also called Schoolmarms Cascade and mistakenly Waterman's Cascade. Off the Zoar Valley MUA this 70' high cascade is on a tributary to Waterman Creek. All names fit as there is a rumor that in the 1920's a schoolmarm fell to her death there, the falls water churns up to look like buttermilk and the cascade feeds into Waterman creek. Turn south onto North Otto Road from Zoar Road. Pass the Girl Scout camp and as you begin uphill it is viewable on your left. It is located on private property view it from bridge on the North Otto Road.

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This page last updated October 21, 2008


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