Jägala Waterfall (height – 8m) is one of the highest and fastest flowing. Over thousands of
years the falling
water has worn out the edge of the limestone banks and as a result a steep-sided
valley about 300 m long and 12-14 m deep has been created. The oldest written information about
a water mill (the beginning of the 13th century) derives from this place.
The best impression of the mightiness of the waterfall can be obtained in the period of high
waters in spring and autumn.