|Location||Ida-Viru County, Estonia|
|Total height||30 metres (98 ft)|
|Number of drops||1|
Valaste Waterfall (Estonian: Valaste juga) is the highest waterfall in Estonia and neighboring regions (30.5 m) situated between Ontika and Valaste in the Toila Parish of the Ida-Viru County and formed by a stream, as it flows over the Baltic Klint not far from the shore of the Gulf of Finland. It is a popular tourist attraction with its spray freezing up in winter.
There is a parking lot, some explanatory signs, and a trail using a double spiral staircase to get down the cliff. Opposite of the waterfall, a viewing platform has been built, and this offers views of the falls.
The platform went out of service and the stairs to it were closed since 2013. A new staircase with platforms and walkways to the shore of the Gulf of Finland has been built and opened to the public in 2018.
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