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Located along Lively Creek, between the golf course and the ski hill. The creek makes an abrupt left turn to the east, and constricts through a series of narrow chutes. The lands around the falls are scrubby woods, with rock outcrops.

It appears that there is a trail leading from the northeast corner of the high school track, at about 46.4370,-81.1387. This swings southwest and eventually under the high voltage transmission lines. But I can't confirm that it reaches the cascade. Can you?

This waterfall is coded as yellow because I don't have good information about finding it. Also, I do not know if this site is on private lands. The land is certainly vacant and undeveloped, and may be owned by the city. This website does not give you permission to trespass. Please heed any signs that may appear to tell you to keep out. If you are famiilar with this area, please send me an email.

Some Key Facts
Region Northeast
County Sudbury
Near Lively
Watercourse Meatbird Creek
Watershed / % Lakes 1 / 15%
Ownership City of Sudbury?
Landscape Semi-wilderness
Size Small
Type Cascade
Modification Natural
Access Challenging
Top / Bottom /
Trail conditions
Hiking Time
Coordinates 46.4344,-81.1329
Site ID WOO.SUD.006
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