West 18 Mile Falls
Photo by Mark Harris


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About this Waterfall

While this falls is a trickle for much of the year, it can be a great surprise during wet periods. I think that it produces gorgeous waterfall photos at the right time. Watch for wet periods in spring or later in fall. Park on the road, but well south of the crest on the hill. You don't want to be hidden from traffic. The Bruce Trail crosses the road just below the top of the hill. Walk east on the trail for about 5 minutes until you get close to the falls. Curiously, there does not appear to be a trail that goes right to the crest of the falls. But it's very easy to find. The rock bed stream above the falls is interesting to visit, with a few very little drops here and there.


Some Quick Facts

Region: Greater Toronto
County: Niagara
Near: Jordan
River: Eighteen Mile Creek
Size: Medium
Type: Plunge
Access: Easy
Coordinates: 43.1361, -79.3658
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Caution!

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!


  Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he makes no guarantee that the directions provided on this web site are correct, safe and/or legal.

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Caution!

Visiting waterfalls can be dangerous. Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he takes no responsibilty for your safety. Inclusion of a waterfall on this site does not guarantee that it is legal to visit.


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