About Crowe Bridge Rapids
The Crowe Bridge Rapids are really not much of a waterfall. The largest falls is only about one meter in height, spanning the full width of the Crowe River. The prettiest spot however, is a little upstream, where the river bends and cascades over a gently tilted outrcop of sedimentary rock. The river is bounded by irregular, low cliffs of limestone, making for interesting, though relatively short hiking. In order to visit the waterfall, you will have to enter the Crowe Bridge Conservation Area. This 10 hectare park borders the river and features swimming, picnicing and nature walks.