Posts Tagged ‘Waterfall Hiking’

Stubbs Falls, Huntsville Ontario

Stubbs Falls, Huntsville Ontario

Stubbs Falls Rating: 3/5 Little East River, Huntsville, Muskoka County GPS:  N 45 22.944 W 79 12.445 Access: Easy trail, 15 minutes inside Arrowhead Provincial Park Stubbs Falls is an interesting trail across from the Arrowhead Lake View in Arrowhead Provincial Park.  This is a very busy and popular spot, you walk through the woods

Hiking in the underrated Canadian Shield to High Falls on Eels Creek, Jim Eadie from PureOntario

Hiking in the underrated Canadian Shield to High Falls on Eels Creek, Jim Eadie from PureOntario

After researching great/underrated Waterfall hikes I found the High Falls on Eels Creek in the book “Paddling and Hiking” Ontario’s Southern Shield country, by Kas Stonethis. This specific hike was of interest due to its proximity North of me, in Eastern Ontario, to the lack of knowledge of the area and its intrigue to something

Egan Chute, Bancroft Ontario

Egan Chute, Bancroft Ontario

Egan Chute, Bancroft Ontario Rating:3/5 Hastings County, Egan Chute Provincial Park, York River GPS:  N 45 04.656 W 77 44.253 Access: Moderate, 10 minute walk in Egan Chute Provincial Park off ON-28 Bancroft This long winding Falls is a raging torrent in the spring, located off a dead end hiking trail at technically a Provincial

Duchesnay Falls, North Bay Ontario

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.

Indian Falls, Owen Sound Ontario

Indian Falls, Owen Sound Ontario

Indian Falls Rating: 4/5 Indian Creek, Balmy Beach, Grey County GPS: N 44 37.267 W 80 57.25 Access: Moderate, 15 minutes Address: 164 Auchinean Rd, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5N4, Canada Indian Falls is one of the prettiest Waterfalls in Ontario but it  can dry up to a trickle during summer months.. A plaque at