Feversham Gorge


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About this Waterfall

There is no natural waterfall at Feversham, though there is a dam at the head of the valley in the village. This is funny, because the gorge itself isunexpectedly steep and deep walls. Starting in the village at the Mill St bridge, the gorge extends for another kilometre or so to the west. Even though I didn't find the photography (of waterfalls and water features) to be that great, the hike along the south side of the river is well worth the visit. There is a proper parking lot on the west side of Grey Rd 2, just 0.3 km south of the village. Follow the trail north to the Beaver River.

Ok, I think that there may have been a very small waterfall at the head of the gorge, found within the village. But it's been modified by a dam, and you really can't get a photo to speak of. Update, May 2018. One of the members of our Facebook group found a small trickle falls that gurgles over the east slope of the gorge, a ways downstream. Small, and probably dries up in summer.

Some Quick Facts

Region: Lake Huron
County: Grey
Near: Feversham
River: Beaver River
Size: Small
Type: Rock Rapids
Access: Moderate
Coordinates: 44.3375, -80.3786
Parking: No parking map yet
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