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Dee Bank Falls
 Dee Bank Falls
Photo by Mark Harris
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Some quick facts

Region:
Cottage see more...
County:
Muskoka
Near:
Dee Bank
River:
Size:
Small
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
45.1795,-79.5206
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Dee Bank Falls

The Dee River drains Three Mile Lake, to Clark Pond and then to Lake Rosseau. This isn't a big falls, but is interesting in that there are several different cascades and slides along an interesting stretch of river. The river braids around several bedrock islands, some with small waterfalls on either side. You can walk out on to the bedrock and wander around quite a bit. But do be aware that there is private property downstream. There used to be a small cabin in the woods on the opposite shore of the river, but that appears to be gone. The photo shows the upper part of the falls, which is the smallest. The lower falls is harder to photograph, but you can get quite close.

Some quick facts

Region:
Cottage see more...
County:
Muskoka
Near:
Dee Bank
River:
Size:
Small
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
45.1795,-79.5206
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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