Still lots of snowpack in the forest—more than knee deep in places—but well compacted on the main trail to make for an easy hike, with eyes peeled in the more open areas for icy sections.
The trail to the falls is an obscure fork off the main Indian Trail, an old Maliseet portage and national historic site. It's a short hike—about an hour, return—and very rewarding. The trail ascends a beautiful hardwood ridge, then gifts you with the creek and falls at the end. Spectacular, even more so in winter.