Aguasabon Falls Lower
Photo by Mark Harris

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About this Waterfall

Many people that visit the big falls upstream (and right along the highway) are unaware that another falls is located just downstream. The lower falls is smaller and not as spectacular, yet nevertheless is worth the short detour. The river spills over a chaotic rocky mass, creating an ever changing pattern of little falls and cascades.

You can see the falls from a large parking lot at the Terrace Bay Beach. A well-marked trail leads into the woods from the parking lot and after about 400m or so you will reach a footbridge over the top of the falls. Less well-marked footpaths also take you along the edge of the river to see the falls from the side. At low flow, you can probably hike over the river's rocky bed.

Some Quick Facts

Region: Northwest
County: Thunder Bay
Near: Terrace Bay
River: Aguasabon River
Size: Medium
Type: Cascade
Access: Easy
Coordinates: 48.77375, -87.1164
Parking: No parking map yet

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