Parksi küla, Kuusalu vald, Harju maakond
The cascade is made up of three waterfalls (0.5; 1.5; and 1.6 m in height) and with about ten escarpments, the water falls about 4 metres in 10 metres. The cascade has retreated, which has resulted in a canyon valley that is more than 10 m deep. It is possible to see limestone from the middle Ordovician period in the escarpments of the cascade.
The Vasaristi cascade tends to dry up during droughts, but the white foamy waterfall is one of the most popular sights in Lahemaa National Park in the springtime.
The Vasaristi cascade is located on the Vasaristi stream; on the 6th kilometre of the road towards Loksa from Valgejõe village. To reach the cascade, follow the stream along the highway. It is located a few hundred meters to the right, towards Valgejõe valley.