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Waterfalls Of Ontario
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Some quick facts

Region:
Northeast see more...
County:
Sudbury
Near:
Birch Lake
River:
Size:
Medium
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
46.2826,-81.9289
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Birch Crk Falls

A surprisingly tall waterfall that can make you say 'Woah… why haven't I seen this before?' At high flow, this puts on a spectacular show. At lower flows, it can still be quite pretty, and a great place to scramble around. The upper half of the falls is a near-vertical plunge waterfall. The river then makes an abrupt left turn and then flows over a less-impressive, but still interesting cascade section. If you decide to visit, I recommend an SUV or truck. Dam Road was constructed only to provide access to the dam further upstream. Fortunately, you could drive as far as you feel comfortable, and walk the rest of the way. The rough patch of road is maybe 1 km long at most. The falls are visible from the road, just hidden behind about 10 m of forest. The path is only 1 minute long. PLEASE NOTE: There is VERY LITTLE ROOM to park here.

Some quick facts

Region:
Northeast see more...
County:
Sudbury
Near:
Birch Lake
River:
Size:
Medium
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
46.2826,-81.9289
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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