since 1999
since 1999
Waterfalls Of Ontario
Coniston Falls
 Conniston Falls Lower
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Some quick facts

Region:
Northeast see more...
County:
Sudbury
Near:
Conniston
River:
Size:
Small
Access:
Easy
GPS:
46.4744,-80.8214
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Conniston Falls Lower

Conniston Falls are comprised of two major drops. The first set falls through a narrow notch in igneous bedrock, starting right under the bridge. About 30 m downstream is larger, wider falls, still not spectacular, but attractive nonetheless. You can reach it by following the wide gravel portage from the parking lot down towards the big river. Half way down, watch for access to a high rock knob on the right, or, continue down past the rock and turn in right. The lack of mature trees in this area (Sudbury's currently re-greening itself) gives this somewhat of an open feel. Even still, you can hide in here behind a big rock wall and relax by the falls while flows are low. Continue down the portage trail for a panoramic view of the Wahnapitae River.

Some quick facts

Region:
Northeast see more...
County:
Sudbury
Near:
Conniston
River:
Size:
Small
Access:
Easy
GPS:
46.4744,-80.8214
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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