Martins Falls
by Mark Harris. Online since 1999. In print ©2003, ©2011.

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   About this Waterfall
Rating: 1/5  Size: Small Access: Challenging Type: Boulder-choked Cascade

Waterfall Region: Greater Toronto    County: Niagara    Near: Rockway

Watercourse: Martins Creek   Latitude, Longitude: 43.1116, -79.3208

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This tiny waterfall is found immediately east of the much larger and far more spectacular Rockway Falls. It is located on a small creek only a few hundred meters to the east of Rockway, about 100 m downstream from the road. Even though it is fairly close to the road, the falls is extremely difficult to visit, due to the heavy brush, and rugged, broken bedrock lining the river bed above the falls. The falls is about 3 m high, but is dry for most of the year.   (updated June 20, 2014).

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