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Lower Westcliffe Falls, Hamilton Ontario

Westcliffe Falls Lower Rating:2.5/5 Chedoke Creek, Hamilton, Hamilton Region GPS: N 43 14.717 W 79 54.5 Access: By stairs going uo escarpment at the end of Beddoe Cr. Lower Westcliffe Falls is 9 metres (30 feet) high and has a crest width of 6 metres (20 feet). Located on a tributary of the Chedoke Creek,

Hilton Falls, Campbelleville Ontario

Hilton Falls Rating: 3.5/5 South Central Region, Sixteen Mile Creek, Halton County, Campbelleville GPS: N 43 30.56 W 79 58.75 Access: 30 Minute Hike in Hilton Falls Conservation Area. Off Campbellville Road 4.8 km east of Campbelleville Address: 4985 Campbellville Road Milton, ON Busy spot just outside Milton, Hilton Falls Conservation area offers 645 hectares

Little High Falls, Bracebridge Ontario

Little High Falls Rating: 2.5/5 Muskoka County, Cottage Country Region, Potts Creek GPS: N 45 5.333 W 79 18.083 Access: Moderate, small walk off High Falls Road from ON-11 We stumbled across this waterfall while looking for real High Falls after a nice walk through the forest. The brige across the top of the falls

Bracebridge Falls, Bracebridge Ontario

Bracebridge Falls Rating: 3.5/5 Muskoka River, Muskoka County, Bracebridge GPS: N 45 2.317 W 79 18.483 Access: Easy There is something about Muskoka, and Bracebridge is at the heart of it all. Bracebridge Falls has an upper and lower falls that is a destination just off downntown Bracebridge. Although not as high or deep as

Stirling Falls, Parry Sound Ontario

Stirling Falls Rating: 1.5/5 Northeast Region, Parry Sound, Stirling Creek GPS: N 45 40.986 W 79 25.902 Access: Moderate, Off  Horn Lake Road in Stirling Falls This is a small waterfall on private property. There is a bit of a  parking area on the North side of the bridge, on the North side of the

Eau Claire Gorge Falls, Calvin Ontario

Eau Claire Gorge Falls Rating: 4/5 Amable Du Fond River, Eau Claire Gorge GPS: N 46 15.359 W 78 55.029 Access: Moderate, 10 minutes Eau Claire Gorge Falls is located in the Eau Claire Gorge Conservation Area on the Amable du Fond River. The gorge is 60 feet deep with sheer walls. The steepness of

Duchesnay Falls, North Bay Ontario

Duchesnay Falls (East and West) Rating: 5/5 Duchesnay River, North Bay, Nipissing County GPS: N 46 20.053 W 79 30.561 Access: Easy, extended hike to the top The Golden Boy of North Bay, an absolutely spectacular setting. Pictures cannot do this one justice as there are several sets of walls finding up into the forest.

Burks Falls, Burks Falls Ontario

Burks Falls Rating: 1.5/5 Northeast Region, Parry Sound County, Burks Falls GPS: N 45 37.186 W 79 24.734 Access: Easy, obliterated by a dam Burk’s Falls is a  nice stop on your way up North. The Waterfall is mostly consumed of a Dam but with a river walk and heritage signs makes exploring more desirable.

Marshs Falls, Dwight Ontario

Marsh Falls Rating: 2/5 Oxtounge River, Cottage Country, Muskoka County, Dwight GPS: N 45 18.750 W 78 59.348 Access: Moderate, Private Property When looking at Waterfalls we all want to see the most spectacular Falls, Marsh Falls is a basic Falls on private property but there is just something about wanting to see every cascade,

Ragged Falls, Haliburton County Ontario

Ragged Falls Rating: 3.5/5 Oxtounge River, Dwight, Haliburton County GPS: N 45 23.450 W 78 54.348 Access: Moderate Ragged and mighty! We went at high flow and were more then impressed! At the top of the Falls you can be gutsy and take some big rocks out to the main flow/chute and climb down even

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