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About Bridal Veil Falls on Lady Evelyn

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A beautiful waterfall just 1 km south from the Cabin Falls Eco-Lodge. An imposing rock island splits the falls in two, with both being framed above by towering white pines. The presence of two falls give this falls its other name, 'Twin Sisters Falls'. Oh, it's also called 'High Falls', but the last thing that we need is another of those!

The falls on the right bank (looking downstream) is larger, has two main tiers and falls almost vertically in two tiers. The falls on the left bank is much narrower and not as steep.

This falls is encountered along the Temagami Canoe Route, and can be visited (along with several other gems) on an overnight stay at the Cabin Falls Eco-Lodge.

Some Key Facts
Region Northeast
County Sudbury
Near Cabin Falls EcoLodge
Watercourse Lady Evelyn River
Watershed / % Lakes 3 / 14%
Ownership Lady Evelyn Smoothwater Provincial Park
Landscape Wilderness waterway
Size Medium
Type Steep Cascade
Modification Natural
Access No Land-based Access
Top / Bottom By Water only / By Water only
Trail conditions Overnight Water Route
Hiking Time
Coordinates 47.2759,-80.3404
Site ID WOO.SUD.007
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This page last updated on April 20, 2024. Earlier versions can be examined on Archive.org, dating back to 2003.