Aubrey Falls
Photo by Mark Harris

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About this Waterfall

Aubrey Falls is big! Easily worth the long drive off the Hwy 17 corridor. (Note: The drive along Hwy 129 is quite scenic as the lonely road winds between the river and high forested cliffs). The waterfall is about 53 meters high, and is composed of 7-10 different sections, each a fair size in their own right. The water flows over a beautiful pink/orange granite formation, and mist rises from the base of some of the larger falls.

This isn't a waterfall that you can easily get out and touch, but the view from a high bedrock ridge just downstream of the falls is spectacular. Beautiful photographs can be made from this vantage point, using the abundunt pine and spruce trees as natural frames.

Some Quick Facts

Region: Algoma
County: Algoma
Near: Aubrey Falls
River: Mississagi River
Size: Very Large
Type: Complex Plunge
Access: Moderate
Coordinates: 46.9106, -83.2107
Parking: Click for Parking Lot Directions

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Get descriptions and directions for over 125 of the best waterfalls in Ontario. Each is illustrated by full-page colour photos by professional photographer, George Fischer.

The 262-page third edition was published by Firefly Books in 2018, and is still available for the low price of $29.99.


Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he makes no guarantee that it is safe to visit any waterfall identified on this site. Conditions can change. Always use caution.
  Mark Harris hereby notifies you that this web site does not give you permission to visit this waterfall or to trespass.

  The northern and eastern portions of the province (as well as the Bruce Peninsula) are "bear territory". Be prepared!

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